ordure palpable and abominable was plentiful, and the swollen carcasses of small animals exhaled their biting wafts.
But I have certain sensitive places in my soul: I do not like that word "ordure."
The whole sewage of the asylum collected in cesspools or tanks of ordure within a few feet of the wards.
The nobility had died, the aristocracy had marched to imbecility or ordure!
The students laugh at him and make him tipsy; the street boys pelt him with ordure; the better cafes turn him from their doors.
Fox was at various times thrust into dungeons filled ankle-deep with ordure, and was shot at, beaten with stones and clubs, etc.
They keep their holes extremely clean, nor ever defile them with their ordure.
The Anthidia have shown us how, in their cotton-wool wallets, they manufacture a sort of jewellery with their ordure.
Under its thick mantle of ordure the grub of the Lily-beetle escapes the troubles so fatal to its cousin of the asparagus.
The Athenians heaped not only Minos, but his wife and his brother Rhadamanthus, under a pile of ordure.