Definition of latrine
Origin of latrine
Words nearby latrine
How to use latrine in a sentence
If 80 percent of cow urine went into latrines, they estimated, ammonia emissions from cow pee would drop by half.
If 80 percent of cow pee were collected in latrines, for instance, that could cut associated ammonia emissions in half, previous research suggests.
Residents there traditionally have relied on pit latrines, which can poison well water.‘Pipe Dreams’ flushes out hope in an unexpected place: the toilet|Maria Temming|April 6, 2021|Science News
In Naivasha, a company known as Sanivation works with groups that empty those latrines.
Today, most Kenyans rely on latrines — just holes in the ground, usually under a small building.
Two days later, when authorities did, they found eight bodies in the latrine system of the local school.
When I wasn't batting or playing third, I sat in the latrine and came out only when they needed me.The Biography of a Rabbit|Roy Benson
He also helped us ditch all about the tent so the rain-water would drain away, and he constructed a latrine for camp.Girl Scouts at Dandelion Camp|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
This latrine is for summer usenot for a week-end camp, you know.Natalie: A Garden Scout|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
It is wonderful what a wholesome effect on a lazy man has the imposition of three days latrine duty!Training for the Trenches|Leslie Vickers
There was a latrine pit and an open stone hearth and a naked brown man with wild hair and a beard.The Syndic|C.M. Kornbluth