Definition of excrete:
go along, do away with, urinate, annihilate, come about, fleet, pass off, give off, turn over, slip by, happen, lapse, exceed, expel, give, devolve, slip away, cash in one's chips, evanesce, elapse, glide by, relieve oneself, bowel movement, go past, defecate, go, lead, eliminate, eradicate, overhaul, fade, conk, go across, top, put across, spend, extend, transcend, die, extinguish, fall, answer a call of nature, pass along, perish, egest, snuff it, authorise, exit, run, return, go to the toilet, sweat, pass, expire, egestion, legislate, carry off, make it, give-up the ghost, drop dead, communicate, constipation, go to the bathroom, surpass, throw off waste matter, blow over, pass away, get rid of, overtake, pass on, pass by, slide by, decimate, squeeze out, croak, go through, occur, dry, overstep, kick the bucket, crap, guide, wipe out, travel by, hap, sink, rule out, choke, purge, pop off, draw, go by, authorize, take place, void, obviate, fall out, bedwetting, decease, rid of, keep, winnow out, perspire, hand, bursting, constipated, buy the farm, make pass, reach, go on.
- discharge (part of speech: verb)
reject (part of speech: verb)
- waste (part of speech: verb)
- excrete (part of speech: verb)
These leaves either from lack of other sustenance in so barren a soil, or more probably as an advance in plant evolution to a higher grade of development, excrete a sticky moisture or dew, which entangles unwary flies settling on the plant, and which serves to digest these victims therewith.- "Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure", William Thomas Fernie.