lientery, lī′en-ter-i, n. a form of diarrhœa, with frequent liquid evacuations in which the food is discharged undigested.
Unaltered food may be expelled (lientery) by rapid peristaltic movements.
lientery is the term applied when imperfectly changed food appears in the stools.
lientery li·en·ter·y (lī'ən-těr'ē)
The passage of undigested or partially digested food in the stool.