- v. present participle of defecate.
“If prodigious pooping is possible, then I think both Kendra and I should go on the fast … since we are both known for our deficiencies in defecating.”
“The question on everybody's mind: will they have the episode where a cross-eyed guy strokes and spanks a gold coin defecating donkey?”
“O'Reilly didn't play the rest of the song which talks about how Obama is "defecating" on Americans and "How 'bout the medical profession?”
“He had personally locked up houses when people were out defecating, forcing them to come to his office and sign a contract to build a toilet before he would give them the keys.”
“These included graphic media stories on the rape-murders of women, and dramas about the dangers of child-snatching, robbery and snakebites while openly defecating all rare in the area.”
“Contrast this experience with the foul toilets at bus stations and hospitals, many people's only experience of defecating indoors, and you get some idea of why officials and community leaders were united in viewing emotions as the key battleground for improved sanitation.”
“At its mildest, this meant squads of teachers and youths, who patrolled the fields and blew whistles when they spotted people defecating.”
“They were defecating in their trousers out of pure joy as they watched the very 'values' that they voted for come to fruition.”
“They were defecating in their trousers out of pure joy at the sight of missiles begin shot into family weddings full of civilians during Shock and Awe …”
“• Hundreds of Yankton, South Dakota birds poisoned by USDA: A local farmer had been having troubles with about 5,000 starlings defecating in his feed meal.”
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