evacuate (one's) bowels

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evacuate (one's) bowels

To defecate. Hang on, I've got to evacuate my bowels before we leave the house.
See also: bowel, evacuate

evacuate one's bowels

Euph. to defecate. After taking a jog around the block, Jill felt the need to evacuate her bowels. I am afraid my little boy is sick. He has not evacuated his bowels for several days.
See also: bowel, evacuate
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And you had to sympathise for Steve and his plight - having to evacuate your bowels in a hastily dug hole in the ground, putting up with moany vegetarians berating you for eating Bambi's mum, sleeping on rancid bedding and trying not to punch the annoying idiot in the yurt next to you.
The water is believed to contain microbes whichcause "Delhi belly", an awful complaint which makes you want to vomit and evacuate your bowels more often than you do while watching Gavin Henson on Strictly Come Dancing.