dunghillnoun [ C ]uk /ˈdʌŋ.hɪl/ us /ˈdʌŋ.hɪl/
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- And all wheelbarrows, carts, dunghills, oyster-shells, cabbage-stalks, and other four-wheeled carriages, must be swept out of the streets.
- Napoleon already lay dead upon the dunghill.
- Such flowers do not often grow, or at least do not easily grow, on such dunghills.
- This roof is covered first with grass, and then with earth, so that the outward appearance is like a dunghill.