According to Somers, we should all be taking personalized bioidentical hormones based on our stool samples instead.
He noticed her in the crowd while he was sitting on his stool between rounds.
Social Security has been far more stable and successful than the other two legs of the stool.
In the town hall format he circled his opponent, but Obama, leaning back on his stool, refused to circle back.
Furthermore, a person with norovirus has about 70 billion viral particles per gram of stool.
Betty got down from her stool and stood looking at him in astonishment.
Gracie, shielded by the distance, turned on her stool and studied him.
When the curtain is raised Steen is sitting disconsolately on the stool near the fire.
On a stool was the unfinished model of Fecundity swathed in wet cloths.
This was inconvenient; and his mother made him draw back his stool a good way.
Old English stol "seat for one person," from Proto-Germanic *stolaz (cf. Old Frisian stol, Old Norse stoll, Old High German stuol, German Stuhl "seat," Gothic stols "high seat, throne"), from PIE *sta-lo-, locative of root *sta- "to stand" (cf. Lithuanian pa-stolas "stand," Old Church Slavonic stolu "stool;" see stet).
Originally used of thrones (cf. cynestol "royal seat, throne"); change of meaning began with adoption of chair from French, which relegated stool to small seats without arms or backs, then "privy" (early 15c.) and thence to "bowel movement" (1530s).
A discharging of the bowels.
Evacuated fecal matter.