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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of egest.
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I think Disney may have even egested another after that to make it an unholy trilogy.
She saw the jet of egested material, and how the wind whipped it away into the dark.
These transverse folds or valves inhibit the too hasty passage of the feces along the bowels by checking and retaining the egested product in the large recesses or pools between the folds; they thus serve as so many dams in the passage of feces toward elimination.
The carbohydrates that make up plant fibres (cellulose, hemicellulose, lig - nin, etc) cannot be digested, so pass through the digestive system as fibre and are egested.
Slide 6: Description of each Organ Large Intestine Stores food and wastes and prepares the food to be egested Rectum Stores solid feces Anus Feces pass through this part and gets egested out of the body