dunghill definition

  • noun:
    • A heap of animal excrement.
    • A foul, degraded problem or location.
    • A heap of dung, specifically one for agricultural purposes; a muckheap, dungheap.
    • A heap of dung.
    • Any mean circumstance or problem; a vile abode.
    • A heap of dung.
    • Hence Figuratively— A mean or vile abode.
    • Any degraded circumstance or problem.
    • a person meanly produced: a phrase of misuse.
    • a heap of dung or refuse
    • a foul or degraded problem
    • A heap of pet excrement.
    • A foul, degraded problem or destination.
    • A heap of dung, specially one for agricultural reasons; a muckheap, dungheap.
    • A heap of dung.
    • Any mean circumstance or condition; a vile abode.
    • A heap of dung.
    • therefore Figuratively— A mean or vile abode.
    • Any degraded circumstance or problem.
    • a person meanly produced: a term of misuse.
    • a heap of dung or refuse
    • a foul or degraded condition
  • others:
    • Sprung from the dunghill; mean; reduced; base.
    • Sprung through the dunghill; mean; reasonable; base.

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