defecate

[v] - have a bowel movement
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Defecate

Def'e·cate adjective [ Latin defaecatus , past participle of defaecare to defecate; de- + faex , faecis , dregs, lees.] Freed from anything that can pollute, as dregs, lees, etc.; refined; purified. « Till the soul be defecate from the dregs of sense.&...
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Defecate

Def'e·cate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Defecated ; present participle & verbal noun Defecating .] 1. To clear from impurities, as lees, dregs, etc.; to clarify; to purify; to refine. « To defecate ...
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Defecate

Def'e·cate intransitive verb 1. To become clear, pure, or free. Goldsmith. 2. To void excrement.
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defecate

To perform defecation. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Defecate

• (v. i.) To become clear, pure, or free. • (v. t.) To clear from impurities, as lees, dregs, etc.; to clarify; to purify; to refine. • (v. t.) To free from extraneous or polluting matter; to clear; to purify, as from that which materializes. • (a.) Freed from anything that can pollute, as dregs, lees, etc.; refined; purified. &...
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defecate

defecate, defecating 1. To void feces from the bowels. 2. To void excrement from the bowels through the anus; have a bowel movement. 3. To become clear of dregs, impurities, etc. 4. To remove (impurities, as in a chemical solution); to clarify.
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defecate

Type: Term Pronunciation: def′ĕ-kāt Definitions: 1. To perform defecation.
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Defecate

to extrude feces from the bowel.
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