Cesspipe

Cess´pipe`

    (sĕs´pīp`)
n.1.A pipe for carrying off waste water, etc., from a sink or cesspool.
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Lives running out like something foul, nightsoil from a cesspipe, a measured dripping in the dark.
His Tennessee River is a slow-moving septic mass, a colossal intestinal tract, beside which the damned and forgotten give themselves over to drink and debauchery, their "lives running out like something foul, nightsoil from a cesspipe, a measured dripping in the dark.