def·e·cate /ˈdɛfɪˌket/ 動詞
Def·e·cate a. Freed from anything that can pollute, as dregs, lees, etc.; refined; purified.
Till the soul be defecate from the dregs of sense. --Bates.
Def·e·cate v. t. [imp. & p. p. Defecated; p. pr. & vb. n. Defecating.]
1. To clear from impurities, as lees, dregs, etc.; to clarify; to purify; to refine.
To defecate the dark and muddy oil of amber. --Boyle.
2. To free from extraneous or polluting matter; to clear; to purify, as from that which materializes.
We defecate the notion from materiality. --Glanvill.
Defecated from all the impurities of sense. --Bp. Warburton.
Def·e·cate v. i.
1. To become clear, pure, or free.
2. To void excrement.
v : have a bowel movement; "The dog had made in the flower beds"
[syn: stool, shit, take a shit, take a crap, ca-ca,