Definition of ordure in English:

ordure

Syllabification: or·dure
Pronunciation: /ˈôrjər
 
/

noun

1Excrement; dung.
More example sentences
  • Distilling that heap of ordure down to only ten nuggets of blackest filth takes work.
  • These sub-humans are attracted to the happiness of others like flies to ordure.
  • It was like watching a chimp trying to fashion a scale model of Michelangelo's David out of its own steaming ordure.
Synonyms
1.1Something regarded as vile or abhorrent.
More example sentences
  • But he is bogged down by a terrible script - crammed with all that is clunky, cutesy and phoney - and surrounded by actors giving turns of pure ordure.
  • Suddenly folk who pandered to his every whim are falling over themselves to add their deposit of ordure on his disgraced head.
  • But nor do I think it was quite the heap of steaming literary ordure that most reviewers found it to be.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French, from ord 'foul', from Latin horridus (see horrid).

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