excrete

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  • What animal is it, which takes its food through its mouth and excretes it through its eyes? Cited from A Little Book of Filipino Riddles, by Various
  • The estrogen excreted from farm animals makes its way into fresh water systems.
  • Students end up going into bushes to excrete while others train their bodies to hold things in until they get home.
  • When she runs up the stairs, she finds that the bear has excreted on the stairs.
  • When too smooth to do their required work, they may be excreted or regurgitated.
  • The feces can contain information about the person excreting the material as well as information about the material itself.
  • She will even sometimes excrete mid-flight on a perusing male if he is especially not to her fancy.
  • In turn it excretes a translation into the brain of its host.
  • Within the canal, food and water are broken down, absorbed and excreted.
  • It is not known whether this drug is excreted in human milk.
  • Plants also excrete some waste substances into the soil around them.
  • A thought, it is to be replied, is never excreted from the mind and left behind. Cited from The Destiny of the Soul, by William Rounseville Alger
  • Humans, like most animals, have no means to excrete excess iron.
  • Thus this allows them to save their body water instead of excreting large volume of dilute urea.
  • However, only about 32% of lead will be excreted by a child.
  • Such material can enter the sewers directly from the medical facilities, or by being excreted by patients after a treatment.
  • Although they excrete active virus during this time there is no other indication of an illness.
  • These latter, after being released into the plasma, can be excreted in the urine.
  • A big woman, who excretes at the back. Cited from A Little Book of Filipino Riddles, by Various
  • One way they save water is by excreting very concentrated urine.
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Meaning of excrete

  • verb Eliminate from the body
    Pass a kidney stone