cesspool


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Synonyms for cesspool

a place known for its great filth or corruption

Synonyms for cesspool

a covered cistern

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If Boracay is becoming a cesspool, Manila Bay has long been one.
noa details that a major milestone has been achieved in the quest to fight the Hawai'i cesspool pollution epidemic by wastewater treatment technology innovation company Envirocycle[R] Hawai'i (www.
cesspool, but that time he didn't quite get his ticket punched.
He has ended up in a cesspool full of rubbish and horse muck, picked up pieces of bodies from the Metro line following an accident, and carried a child out of a house where they'd been burned alive.
Keeping this cesspool open is sheer madness and an insult to the Irish people who are paying for it.
The closure was ordered a week after police discovered that raw cesspool sewage was being dumped into the cave's deep blue waters.
Istanbul, Dec 29 (ANI): Construction of a cesspool at the house in a village in Turkey has led to the accidental discovery of two ancient graves, dating back to the 7th century B.
An overflowing cesspool, which caused toilet and kitchen waste to drain on to a nearby golf course, cost Mohammed Razzaq, owner of The Shezan Restaurant in Lea Marston, a fine of pounds 730.
The most horrifying, but also the funniest, was watching Gerard ride a motorbike he had borrowed into a cesspool in a hill village we were staying at in Vietnam.
IN RESPONSE to P Mather of Wavertree (yesterday's Daily Post) I agree that this country seems to be sliding down the side of an abyss into a vile cesspool of the most loathsome humanity imaginable - and humanity is probably the wrong word.
s ethical cesspool even murkier -- contrary to what City Council members told everyone these past few months.
Folks, we complain a lot about how Hollywood has become a cesspool of violence and immorality.
Butler discusses both the dam's advantages (deep water for shipping, abundant electricity; flood control) and its potentially devastating consequences (the lake could become a cesspool, the weight of dammed water could cause earthquakes if tectonic plates shift).
When along with the media that reports their antics, they share responsibility for the cesspool of moral, social and economic decadence, that in our baser moments we refer to as society.
Imagine instead a world of mysticism, pure magic that has an affect on the walking cesspool of real demons and monsters.