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Excrete  v. t.  (past & past part. excreted; pres. part. excreting)  To separate and throw off; to excrete urine. "The mucus thus excreted."

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"Excrete" Quotes from Famous Books

... onion, who, noticing the peculiar humour of her husband, took more pains to bring joy to his house than would another to bestow horns upon him. But although she was careful to obey him in all things, and to live at peace would have tried to excrete gold for him, had God permitted it, this man was always surly and crabbed, and no more spared his wife blows, than does a debtor promises to the bailiff's man. This unpleasant treatment continuing in spite of the carefulness and angelic behaviour of the poor woman, she ...
— Droll Stories, Volume 2 • Honore de Balzac

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