Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to or resembling excrement.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to excrement.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to excrement

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The rebuttal calls the show "excremental" and warns that if the museum doesn't cancel, it will "reap ... dire consequences."

    A 'Sensation' About Nazis

  • George Stephanopolis of ABC allowed himself to stoop to Sarah Palin's excremental level by bringing her comments into the interview with the President.

    Obama brushes off Palin on nuclear deal

  • Again, this point involves no possible difficulty to either discover or understand, yet you are so pathetically infantile, lazy and just flat-out butt-stupid that even after the fact — the manifestly obvious and irrefutable FACT — has been repeatedly pointed out to you in terms that any “learning disadvantaged” six year old could easily grasp, it continues to just zoom right past whatever the excremental process is that you substitute for cognition.

    Think Progress » Hannity: Snow Storms ‘Seem To Contradict Al Gore’s Hysterical Global Warming Theories’

  • I would never get out the stench of your rotting soul and degenerate child molesting excremental essence out of my aura

    Think Progress » Only One Republican Federal Lawmaker Has Spoken Out Against Arizona’s Draconian Immigration Law

  • I respect so much of what you say, but your support of Hillary even now, after the excremental campaign she ran, wonders me.

    Senator Clinton and the War

  • Join host Monty Halls* as he investigates the historical, medical, scientific and evolutionary importance of poop on an excremental safari guaranteed to fascinate even the most squeamish of viewers.

    One Person's Crap...

  • Two sources at CBS said their Evening News, anchored by Katie Couric, had bleeped the excremental epithet from its broadcast, though the word was left intact in the body of this item posted on the CBS News website (the headline was censored).

    How the Media Dealt With Carl Levin's 'S--tty' Questions

  • Join host Monty Halls* as he investigates the historical, medical, scientific and evolutionary importance of poop on an excremental safari guaranteed to fascinate even the most squeamish of viewers.

    June 2008

  • Two sources at CBS said their Evening News, anchored by Katie Couric, had bleeped the excremental epithet from its broadcast, though the word was left intact in the body of this item posted on the CBS News website (the headline was censored).

    How the Media Dealt With Carl Levin's 'S--tty' Questions

  • Oil drums, drainpipes, corrugated roofs, each a corroded excremental brown.

    The Forsaken

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