Not high birth, certainly—for some of the despots of English society are sprung from the dunghill.
It is fit neither for the land nor for the dunghill: men cast it out.
Their silver shall be cast forth, and their gold shall become a dunghill.
But we can say, we men of the nineteenth century, that the nineteenth century is not the dunghill.
Let him die on his own dunghill, say I, and a fig for the reckoning!
At its worst it has collapsed into a death-trap or is rotting like a dunghill.
On a dunghill in the village we counted eleven dead Russians; so we guessed that the typhus was not confined to Erzeroum.
So ye may do yur crowing on a dunghill, whar there be cocks like to be scared at it.
And afterwards the foul corpses of the vile enemies of the Fatherland should be thrown on the dunghill.
There were two Cocks—one on the dunghill, the other on the roof.