This is some vision; Or, sure, these men are mad, to worship a dung-hill; It cannot be a truth.Wellb.
Henceforth it must be a necessary but disgusting business, to be endured like a dung-hill.
He saw a Lawyer killing a viper,On a dung-hill beside his stable; Ha!
Wherefore, when I am gone, I desire that you would bury it in a dung-hill.
I had not in all this time seen what we in England call a corn-stack, nor a dung-hill.
In these a cottage, a dung-hill, the meanest and most ordinary utensils of the kitchen, are capable of giving us pleasure.
The shrunken heap of poor earth in the midst of this great glitter, is more pitiful than if it lay upon a dung-hill.
With that the Miller laughing brush'd his cloathes,Then swore by Cocke and other dung-hill oathes.
Summon some scavenger to collect the vile remains, and bury them in a dung-hill.
A cock on the dung-hill crowed loud and clear, and the ducklings started.
to sit on a, was a sign of the deepest dejection (1 Sam. 2:8; Ps. 113:7; Lam. 4:5).