What Is Faeces?

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Faeces is waste matter that is released from the bowel as a by-product of digestion. It is usually comprised of bacteria, dead cell from the intestinal lining and bits of indigestible food. Faeces is also known as excrement.
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fae·ces
[fee-seez]
NOUN [(USED WITH A PLURAL VERB) CHIEFLY BRITISH]
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"quite simply, poop" said a previous answerer. Accurate enough. It is another spelling of "feces" or what children call "poop" The waste product evacuated
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Mucus in stool can be caused by a few things. The most common cause of mucus in your stool is Irritable bowl syndrome. It can also be caused by an obstruction or ulcerative colitis.
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(fē'sēz) pl.n. Chiefly British Variant of feces .
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