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conservation the act of keeping and protecting from waste, loss, or destruction. [2 definitions]
conserve to keep safe from loss, waste, or destruction. [2 definitions]
dawdle to waste time; be slow.
economical using only a small amount; without waste; frugal.
effluent sewage or other liquid waste that flows into a body of water such as a river or lake.
fiddle to waste time (often followed by "around"). [1/4 definitions]
garbage food or other things that are thrown away; waste.
kidney one of a pair of organs in the body which remove water and waste products from the blood. The waste products go from the kidneys to the bladder in the form of urine. The kidneys are found high in the abdomen near the spine. [1/2 definitions]
large intestine the large, lower part of the intestines. The large intestine absorbs water from digested food and forms solid waste matter.
litter a mess of waste materials or other objects scattered about. [1/5 definitions]
lose to fail to use; waste. [1/5 definitions]
manure the waste matter of animals, such as cows and horses, used to fertilize the soil and help plants grow.
plumbing the system of pipes in a building that brings water in and removes water and waste. [1/2 definitions]
pollute to make dirty or harmful to health by mixing in or adding waste material.
scum a layer of waste matter that forms on the surface of a liquid. [1/2 definitions]
sewage water and waste material that is carried away in sewers.
sewer1 a large underground pipe that carries off the liquid and solid waste of a town or city.
stool the waste matter that leaves the body during a bowel movement. [1/3 definitions]
toilet a bowl that is filled with water and that has a seat and a drain. A toilet is used for receiving and disposing of human waste. [1/2 definitions]
transpire to give off waste from a surface in the form of vapor.
urine a substance made by the kidneys to carry waste out of the body. Urine comes out as a yellow liquid in mammals and as a partially solid substance in reptiles and birds.