Definition of Droppings

1. Noun. Fecal matter of animals.

Exact synonyms: Dung, Muck
Specialized synonyms: Buffalo Chip, Chip, Cow Chip, Cow Dung, Coprolite, Pigeon Droppings, Cow Pie, Cowpie
Generic synonyms: Bm, Dejection, Faecal Matter, Faeces, Fecal Matter, Feces, Ordure, Stool
Derivative terms: Dung, Dung, Muck

Definition of Droppings

1. Noun. animal excrement ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Droppings

1. dropping [n] - See also: dropping

Lexicographical Neighbors of Droppings

dropped out
dropper
dropperful
dropperfuls
droppers
droppersful
droppest
droppeth
dropping
dropping in
dropping off
dropping out
dropping point
dropping zone
droppingly
dropple
dropples
dropropizine
drops
drops in
drops off
drops out
dropseed
dropseeds
dropship
dropships
dropshot
dropshots
dropsical

Literary usage of Droppings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Keeping It Clean: Removing Exterior Dirt, Paint, Stains and Graffiti from by Anne E. Grimmer (1992)
"Gleaning to Remove Bird Droppings Removal of small amounts of bird droppings may be accomplished as part of a regular cleaning project with cold water ..."

2. Principles and Practice of Poultry Culture by John Henry Robinson (1912)
"droppings voided while the fowls are at roost fall on it. It is sometimes built into the house and sometimes rests on strips nailed to the wall at each end ..."

3. Lectures on Agricultural Chemistry and Geology by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1843)
"Of the droppings of fowl* — pigeons' dung, and guano. The droppings of birds form one of the most powerful of known manures. This arises in part from the ..."

4. Cattle Feeding with Sugar Beets, Sugar, Molasses, and Sugar Beet Residuum by Lewis Sharpe Ware (1902)
"As regards the droppings, Professor Henry says nothing else gives such an ... There is an odor from the droppings of well fed steers known and quickly ..."

5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1853)
"The Droppings of Eider Ducks, The droppings of so many large birds accumulating for thousands of years would soon raise an island to a considerable height ..."

6. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1896)
"81 LRA to the successful cultivation of a farm that the manure, produced from the droppings of cattle and swine fed upon the products of the farm, ..."

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