cesspit


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  • noun

Synonyms for cesspit

a place known for its great filth or corruption

Synonyms for cesspit

a covered cistern

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A spokeswoman for the North Wales Fire And Rescue Service said that by the time they arrived at the scene on Wednesday evening the horse had been freed from the cesspit.
quinquefasciatus in cesspits and drains was therefore carried out to determine its optimum dosage and effectiveness, in Puducherry, an endemic area for ilariasis, south India.
I would consider myself a realist who has not had the political wool pulled over my eyes by those whose only aim in life is to give this country away to the cesspit of corruption in Brussels.
If you are buying a property which has either a cesspit or a septic tank there are a number of things you will need to consider.
Some argue that toughtackling midfielders ruin the game with their aggression and that entertaining skill flourishes without them, but I think it's better to watch a tightrope walker trying to make his way across a piranha-infested cesspit than a flowery meadow.
Addressing the Broadcasting Press Guild, he spoke of "the appalling allegations, the cesspit of the Jimmy Savile a l l e g ations" as he tackled issues surrounding the former Top Of The Pops and Radio 1 host.
Addressing the Broadcasting Press Guild yesterday, he spoke of "the appalling allegations, the cesspit of the Jimmy Savile allegations" as he tackled issues surrounding the former Top Of The Pops and Radio 1 host.
Forty-five were destroyed, two sheep sustained broken legs and two drowned when their temporary enclosure collapsed sending them into a cesspit.
Oozing malevolence, E20's top slapper snarls: "Michael Moon is a snake with a cesspit where his heart should be.
They are living in the sewers, cesspit, cesspool or whatever it is called, is it not the responsibility of the municipality?
With regards the opinion of Paul Fulford, it should be treated with the contempt it deserves as being no better than cesspit journalism by a moron who should stick to giving his views on food, which hopefully one day will choke him.
In approximately four weeks' time a new intake will join older pupils at the school, to be confronted as soon as they step off the bus or out of mummy's car with a plastic and paper cesspit.
So much for Anglesey''s past glory as a tourist destination: its rugged people will now have to live in the glory of a windswept sunless cesspit, generating electricity for England''s cities to make them a little warmer.
As the parents of a 37 year-old disabled son living in a property that can only be described as a cesspit, we have struggled for years with a sort of brown powder, staining and the smell of sewage.