1. Feculences synonyms, Feculences pronunciation, Feculences translation, English dictionary definition of Feculences
2. To refine the intellect; to purify from the Feculences of the world; as, to spiritualize the soul
3. To refine the intellect; to purify from the Feculences of the world; as, to spiritualize the soul
4. What does Feculences mean? Plural form of feculence
Feculences, Form, Feculence
5. Feculences feculencies feculency feculent feculent, dreggy fecund fecund age fecund imagination fecundabilities fecundability fecundate feculencies
Feculences, Feculencies, Feculency, Feculent, Fecund, Fecundabilities, Fecundability, Fecundate
6. Feculence ( countable and uncountable, plural Feculences ) The state or quality of being feculent
Feculence, Feculences, Feculent
7. Feculences ; Other words with the same letter pairs
8. To refine the intellect; to purify from the Feculences of the world; as, to spiritualize the soul
9. Feculence (countable and uncountable, plural Feculences)
10. Synonyms for Feculences in Free Thesaurus
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11. What are synonyms for Feculences?
12. Since the air bubbles provide function of adsorbing Feculences in the breeding water, when the air bubbles float upwardly and over the top of the constriction pipe 43, the Feculences in the breeding water float with the air bubbles and accumulate in the box 41 of the bubble collector 40 thereby achieving filtering effect.
Function, Feculences, Float, Filtering
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Freezer, For, Feculences
14. Jouez avec le mot Feculences, 3 définitions, 0 anagramme, 0 préfixe, 0 suffixe, 11 sous-mots, 1 cousin, 1 lipogramme, 0 anagramme+une Le mot Feculences vaut 17 points au scrabble.
Feculences, Finitions, Fixe
15. Feculences feculencies feculency fecund fecundability fecundate: fecundated fecundates fecundating fecundation fecundations fecundified; Literary usage of Feculas
Feculences, Feculencies, Feculency, Fecund, Fecundability, Fecundate, Fecundated, Fecundates, Fecundating, Fecundation, Fecundations, Fecundified, Feculas
16. Toy terrier puppies for sale of Feculences mid-nineties, to include her to bust herself ineptly
1. having dregs or sediment. 2. excrementitious. 3. fecal. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved. Foul. Full of foul or impure matter; fecal. fec′u·lence n.
Full of foul or impure matter; fecal. [Middle English, from Latin faeculentus, heavy with sediment, from faex, faec-, dregs.]
fec′u·lence n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. 1. the condition of being befouled or besmirched. -Ologies & -Isms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc.