Definition of Excreters
1. excreter [n] - See also: excreter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Excreters
Literary usage of Excreters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. What Foods Feed Us by Eustace Miles (1905)
"excreters (including Fibre or Cellulose) Fibre or cellulose—found in bran, etc.—is one of the best excreters. Some of it may help the excretion by ..."
2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1849)
"... we should find the kidneys the excreters of the morbific matter ; inasmuch as the skin possesses very different degrees of energy in different persons, ..."
3. Shackled Youth: Comments on Schools, School People, and Other People by Edward Yeomans (1921)
""The soil of Society is worked by this same myriad of swallowers and digesters and excreters, and out of it therefore things grow — heroes grow, ..."
4. A Study in the epidemiology of tuberculosis with especial reference to by George Ensigh Bushnell (1920)
"Accordingly Heinemann thinks that the apparently healthy bacillus-carriers, as occasionally " bacillus- excreters," were to blame for most of the infections ..."
5. Borderland Studies: Miscellaneous Addresses and Essays Pertaining to by George Milbry Gould (1896)
"... excreters, protectors, reproducers, and the thousand other diversified functions performed by our various tissues ? The marvelously intimate and subtle ..."
6. Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Preventive Medicine by G. Koehler, Bernard Fantus, William Augustus Evans (1921)
"... a lengthening of the life of bacillus carriers and excreters in the parental period, and a consequent increase of danger to infants and children. ..."
7. The Sacred Beetle, and Others by Jean Henri Fabre (1918)
"... great excreters, ever ready with mortar to make good the imperilled dwelling. They instantly repair the breaches which I make, either to observe them in ..."