Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of poop.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of poop.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If you have a dog that poops - in other words, if you have a dog - please clean up after it.

    When Fido bites, some vets clamp down on his medical file

  • Endeavouring to make the best use of the gale which is blowing in the right direction, the captain "hangs on" to all the sail he can carry, until she ships a mighty mass of water over all, so that the decks are filled with wreckage, or, worse still, "poops" a sea.

    The Cruise of the Cachalot Round the World After Sperm Whales

  • Seated at their ease on their respective "poops" toward the stern of their ships, while the sailors were obeying their behests; they touched hats to each other, exchanged compliments, and drove on, with all the indifference of two Arab horsemen accosting each other on an airing in the Desert.

    Redburn. His First Voyage

  • I had some "poops" that took me days to get out - it was painful and made my hemmoroid bleed.

    Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes

  • She's a red chicken with a three-fingered crest, and together they eat and rest (in between, the chick also "poops," and readers will delight in turning a wheel to make the chick's droppings fall to the ground).

    Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News

  • The goal is to collect neon-yellow 'poops'. be sure to check out the noises it makes, too!

    Boing Boing

  • He poops cautiously, his large body bowed into a curl, forming a big letter C while I stand waiting with compostable waste bag.

    Car and Dog

  • But apart from the topic of intertwined poops, you really have a gorgeous voice.

    poop song | clusterflock

  • Fri 09/25/09 11: 14 AM quip favs were the “everyone poops” and Sweets saying to the Ass. CIA “at least I tuck myself in at night”.

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  • It goes and goes, sucking up hay like a big vacuum and then, after several minutes, the tractor stopps and the gizmo poops out a round bale of hay in the back.

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  • *speechless*

    May 5, 2011

  • Gulps in drinking. --Grose's A Provincial Glossary, 1787, lists poops as a provincial term from the north of England. See like comments under pee and peed.

    May 5, 2011