sullage


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

sul·lage

 (sŭl′ĭj)
n.
1. Silt deposited by a current of water.
2. Waste materials or sewage; refuse.

[Perhaps from French souiller, to soil; see sully.]

sullage

(ˈsʌlɪdʒ)
n
1. filth or waste, esp sewage
2. sediment deposited by running water
[C16: perhaps from French souiller to sully; compare Old English sol mud]

sul•lage

(ˈsʌl ɪdʒ)

n.
refuse or waste; sewage.
[1545–55; orig. uncertain]

sullage

- Waste from household sinks, showers, and baths—but not toilets; it also figuratively means filth or refuse.
See also related terms for waste.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Nttps - cleaning of main, Sullage, Storm water drains and sweeping of roads in a colony for the year 2018-19
The TMA has so far failed to provide relief to the citizens as most of the streets and roads submerged under the knee deep sullage and rain water due to overflowing of open drains and malfunctioning of sewerage system.
Punjab government has approved cleaning all sullage drains, including Hadayara Drain, in Lahore.
It has accorded approval to the project for purifying all the sullage drains, including Hadayara Drain, in Lahore.
Eighteen months ago, my husband and I bought an ex-Ministry of Defence oil sullage barge called Nortech 3 to convert into a houseboat.
Tenders are invited for Operation and maintenance of 15mld sullage treatment plant at sankaram village, 400kl sump cum pump house at slaughter house, 125kl sump cum pump house at sarada colony in anakapalle for the period from 01.