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  • n. Alternative form of feculence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Feculence.


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  • Paracelsus affirming, that by Metals, of Metals, and with Metals, cleansed, Spiritual, and first depurated from their feculency, are made Metals, and the Living

    The Golden Calf, Which the World Adores, and Desires

  • Quintilian thinks otherwise, were debased with a mixture of feculency.

    The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 01: Julius Caesar

  • And as the real source of all this mischief is either a foul and feculent humour or a black and gross vapour, which obscures, empoisons, and contaminates the animal spirits, it is proper afterwards that he should have a bath of pure and clean water, with abundance of whey; to purify, by the water, the feculency of the foul humour, and by the whey to clarify the blackness of the vapour.

    Monsieur De Pourceaugnac


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