Definition of defecation in English:

defecation

Syllabification: def·e·ca·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌdefiˈkāSHən
 
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noun

  • The discharge of feces from the body.
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    • This process continued until a sufficient number of defecations were observed and sample collection could commence.
    • For example, strong fear, as with soldiers in battle, increases heart rates and blood pressure and may incite uncontrolled defecation or urination.
    • Actually, raising pets stimulates dispute among many residents, due to the problem of animal defecation in public areas, and barking.

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