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- adj. Relating to the research area of scatology, the particulate study of biological excrement, feces or dung.
- adj. Relating to scatology, the usage of obscenities.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as scatologic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dealing pruriently with excrement and excretory functions
Anyone who is not a loyal supporter is accused of being a fascist, sometimes in scatological terms.
Some bugs do need to be worked out – ScalzAI TM produced a thread on sheep farts that degenerated into a series of one word scatological rebuttals.
Some of the humour is very funny (unfortunately too much of it is still scatological, which is tedious and detracts from the whole) and the characterisation much better than I remember, especially Kai, who is given a larger and more active role in this season.
Jody Hill is the directing and writing impresario behind a certain kind of scatological humor.
Ostentatious, self-absorbed and given to scatological obscenities, Patton was an old-school horse soldier in whom few could discern the steadiness and professionalism that would mark his campaigns in France and Germany.
Along with figurines depicting the Virgin Mary, the Three Wise Men and the Christ child, a Caganer is a fixture in Catalan nativity scenes—but with a scatological twist.
You can see it both in his own books for kids like Billy Hazelnuts and in decidedly more scatological adult work like Maakies.
Last year, CBS garnered attention for a show whose scatological title was bowdlerized to read $#*!
AP Last year, CBS won attention for a show whose scatological title was eventually bowdlerized to read $#*!
We decided it was more appropriate for her to read the first couple of chapters of La Squab, the new Lord Horror novel, more quirky, not as scatological.
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