Examples from the Web for feculence
According to present usage, the word is more generally applied to the feculence deposited from the juice of the wild cucumber.
It is not amiss that some feculence lie thick upon the Ale, and work not all out; for that will keep in the spirits.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby
British Dictionary definitions for feculence
Word Origin for feculent
Word Origin and History for feculence
late 15c., from Middle French féculent, from Latin faeculentus "abounding in dregs," from stem faec- (see feces). Related: Feculence.