Definition of 'scatological'
Example sentences containing 'scatological'
Erwin averted his eyes, but what his gaze found in the shadows was infinitely worse than Fletcher's scatological games.EVERVILLE (2001)
Kaginovich was wise enough to keep the speech short, and to throw in a scatological joke, at which everyone laughed.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2001)
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