defæcated

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

defæcate +‎ -ed

Verb[edit]

defæcated

  1. Obsolete spelling of defecated; simple past tense and past participle of defæcate
    • 1901, edited by Frank P. Foster, The New York Medical Journal, A. H. Elliott Publishing Co.; volume LXXIII, page 464:
      It so happened that of six persons arrested on suspicion, four of them accused a particular one as the murderer, and volunteered the information that he had also defæcated in the victim’s bed.