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stercoraceous

[ stur-kuh-rey-shuhs ]
/ ˌstɜr kəˈreɪ ʃəs /
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adjective Physiology.
consisting of, resembling, or pertaining to dung or feces.
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Also ster·co·rous [stur-ker-uhs]. /ˈstɜr kər əs/.

Origin of stercoraceous

1725–35; <Latin stercor- (stem of stercus) dung + -aceous
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British Dictionary definitions for stercoraceous

stercoraceous
/ (ˌstɜːkəˈreɪʃəs) /

adjective
of, relating to, or consisting of dung or excrement

Word Origin for stercoraceous

C18: from Latin stercus dung + -aceous
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Medical definitions for stercoraceous

stercoraceous
[ stûr′kə-rāshəs ]

adj.
Relating to or containing feces.
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