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King James Dictionary

Dunghill

DUNGHILL, n.

1. A heap of dung.
2. A mean or vile abode.
3. Any mean situation or condition.

He lifteth the beggar from the dunghill. 1 Samuel 2.

4. A term of reproach for a man meanly born. Not used.

DUNGHILL, a. Sprung from the dunghill; mean; low; base; vile.


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