scatological

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

scatology +‎ -ical.

Adjective[edit]

scatological (comparative more scatological, superlative most scatological)

  1. (formal) Relating to the research area of scatology, the particulate study of biological excrement, feces or dung.
    The scientist could read the dinosaur dung to see what it had eaten. He was an expert in scatological studies, called scatology.
  2. Relating to scatology, the usage of obscenities.
    His interest in scatological reading gained him very few friends.

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