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anus in anatomy, the opening at the lower or rear end of the intestines, through which solid waste matter is excreted.
atrophy to cause to waste away. [2/4 definitions]
biodiesel a low-polluting type of diesel fuel made from renewable, organically-derived oils such as vegetable oils or waste animal fats.
BM abbreviation of "bowel movement," the evacuation of waste matter from the bowels.
bowel movement the evacuation of waste matter from the bowels. [1/2 definitions]
calcium oxide a soft white caustic powder used in the treatment of waste, as an industrial alkali, and in the manufacture of steel, glass, plaster, and insecticides; lime; quicklime.
can2 a larger container for garbage or other waste. [1/9 definitions]
chamber pot a small, portable, pot-shaped receptacle for urine and other waste, usu. kept in a bedroom, esp. one that is some distance from a toilet.
cogeneration the process in which waste energy is used by a factory or the like to generate electricity.
conservation the act of preserving and protecting from loss, destruction, or waste. [2 definitions]
conserve to keep safe from loss, destruction, or waste. [3/4 definitions]
creosote an oily liquid commercially distilled from coal tar or wood for use as a wood preservative and antiseptic, and produced as a waste product in chimneys from the burning of wood as fuel. [1/2 definitions]
culm1 particle waste from coal screening. [1/3 definitions]
dally to waste time; be idle. [2/4 definitions]
dawdle to waste time; be slow and idle. [2/3 definitions]
devastate to ravage or lay waste, as by war or natural disaster. [1/2 definitions]
devastated laid to waste; severely damaged. [1/2 definitions]
diddle1 (informal) to waste time loafing; dawdle. [1/2 definitions]
digestion the decomposing of waste matter by bacteria. [1/3 definitions]
dilly-dally to waste time by hesitating or loitering; dawdle.
dissipate to waste by, or as though by, scattering or spreading widely; squander. [2/4 definitions]