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Definition of stool


noun - uncountable

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Other terms relating to 'feces':

Definitions include: feces; "poop".
Definitions include: fermented human waste, inhaled for the (alleged) intoxicating effects.
Definitions include: cow feces; "cow patty".
Definitions include: weed, marijuana.
Definitions include: a bunch of bull shit.
Definitions include: a piece of fecal matter that won't go down the toilet when it is flushed.
Definitions include: feces stains on underwear.
Definitions include: diarrhea.
Definitions include: a mess; something useless; something unappealing.
Definitions include: feces.
Definitions include: negative information about a person or organization.
Definitions include: feces.
Definitions include: any large quantity of feces ("poo") or a combination of feces and water (from poo + tsunami.)
Definitions include: piece of shit.
Definitions include: animal feces.

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Other terms relating to 'stool':

Definitions include: a tattletale, police informant, dirty rat, canary, a pigeon, police agent, judas, turncoat,

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