verb (used without object)
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Idioms for stool
Origin of stool
OTHER WORDS FROM stoolstoollike, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for stool
The researchers collected stool samples from 55 residents and found that 24 contained traces of hookworm or another intestinal parasite.
Since the pandemic’s early days, researchers have documented the presence of coronavirus genetic material in the stool of some infected people.Immunity to COVID-19 may persist six months or more|Erin Garcia de Jesus|November 24, 2020|Science News
Sitting on an exercise ball at your desk is very Dwight Schrute — and will remind you how long it’s been since you did Pilates — but this active stool provides similar benefits while making you feel like an overgrown, bouncy kid.
As guards scamper up to set a screen for LeBron, Davis has all-too-often transformed into a very tall bar stool.
Technically, stool transplants are not “probiotic epidemics.”When Evolution Is Infectious - Issue 90: Something Green|Moises Velasquez-Manoff|September 30, 2020|Nautilus
It has the habit of stooling out, and commonly the several specimens will be deflected from a vertical from 20-45 degrees.Trees of Indiana|Charles Clemon Deam
It should never be too much trouble to restore the lost impulse for stooling twice or thrice daily.Intestinal Ills|Alcinous Burton Jamison
British Dictionary definitions for stool
- to fail through vacillation between two alternatives
- to be in an unsatisfactory situation through not belonging to either of two categories or groups
Word Origin for stool
Medical definitions for stool
Idioms and Phrases with stool
In addition to the idiom beginning with stool
- stool pigeon
- fall between the cracks (two stools)