Rec`re*men*ti"tial\ (-m?n*t?sh"al), a. [Cf. F. r['e]cr['e]mentitiel.] (Med.) Of the nature of a recrement. See Recrement, 2 (b) . "Recrementitial fluids." --Dunglison.
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