Definition of Sesspools

1. Noun. (plural of sesspool) ¹



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Definition of Sesspools

1. sesspool [n] - See also: sesspool

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sesspools

sessilities
sessility
session
session band
session bean
session cookie
session data
session musician
session musicians
sessional
sessionless
sessionographies
sessionography
sessions
sesspool
sesspools (current term)
sestamibi
sester
sesterce
sesterces
sesters
sesterterpene
sesterterpenes
sesterterpenoid
sesterterpenoids
sestertia
sestertii
sestertium
sestertius

Literary usage of Sesspools

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1. Rules, Chiefly Deduced from Experiment, for Conducting the Practical by Charles William Pasley (1841)
"Let drains be cut from the reverse of the trenches into all valleys or hollows, which by being on a lower level can carry off the water; and let sesspools ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on Ventilation by Morrill Wyman (1846)
"sesspools are constructed at intervals of about two hundred feet, both for the formation of stench-traps and for cleansing the sewers. ..."

3. The New American Gardener; Containing Practical Directions on the Culture of by Thomas Green Fessenden (1828)
"Cleanings of streets, sesspools, &c., ought, therefore, to be liberally supplied during the growth of the plants, when very large heads are desired. ..."

4. The Architecture of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio by Vitruvius Pollio, Joseph Gwilt (1874)
"... to the free course and discharge of the eaves' waters, the regulations of sesspools and sewage, and those relating to window lights. ..."

5. Household Hygiene by Sophronia Maria Elliot, American School of Home Economics (1907)
"Private Rouse Disposal Sewage Leaching sesspools Houses provided with running water should have advantage of a complete water-carriage system of sewage ..."

6. The New American Gardener, Containing Practical Directions on the Culture of by Thomas Green Fessenden (1842)
"Cleanings of streets, sesspools, &c., ought, therefore, to be liberally supplied during the growth of the plants, When very large heads are desired. ..."

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