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verb (used with object) Informal.
- to cease from or fail in something, as from fear or exhaustion: When the time for action came, they all pooped out and went home instead.
- to break down; stop functioning: The heater has pooped out again.
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Example sentences from the Web for poop
Every two weeks, the innermost ring can be removed, until your cat can at long last poop or pee into a gaping, wide-open toilet bowl.Toilet training your cat isn’t as great as it sounds|Candice Wang|August 27, 2020|Popular Science
Other useful optionsA harness and leash are the bare minimum you need to walk a dog, but you should bring a bunch of bags along to pick up your pup’s poop, too.
It’s also super important to remember that whether it’s a destroyed couch or a pile of poop on the floor, your pet isn’t trying to get back at you for leaving them, says Leanne Lilley, a vet and professor of behavioral medicine at Ohio State.
Across the country, rangers have had to re-close public land because of poop.
So her group plans to look for evidence that bird poop may be shedding live eggs in the wild.
There was poop humor—literally—when Valerie's house becomes flooded with fecal matter after a pipe bursts.‘The Comeback’ Finale: Give Lisa Kudrow All of the Awards|Kevin Fallon|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The birds poop all over the forest, and thanks to the viscin, the mistletoe seeds in said poop stick to branches.
The typical music video you find on YouTube is colloquially called “YouTube Poop” for a reason.Death of the Author by Viral Infection: In Defense of Taylor Swift, Digital Doomsayer|Arthur Chu|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Entitled “Let Me Poop,” young Emily sings about her difficulty…letting it go, so to speak.
“Let Me Poop” was first posted to YouTube in May, when it seemed there was a new “Let It Go” parody every day.
“I wonder when those brutes will be sent off,” said the first mate of the ship to the surgeon, who stood on the poop beside him.
The slings were affixed, the order to hoist was given by the mate, who had descended from the poop, and stood near the gangway.
The silence is unbroken except for the measured tread of some one walking up and down on the poop deck overhead.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
King Olaf towered high on the poop of the Serpent, and easy was it to know him from other men.
Mr Ansell and Mr Petres had two fatigue parties on the poop, without muskets.Newton Forster|Captain Frederick Marryat
British Dictionary definitions for poop (1 of 4)
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British Dictionary definitions for poop (2 of 4)
verb US and Canadian slang
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British Dictionary definitions for poop (3 of 4)
- information; the facts
- (as modifier)a poop sheet