sink (n.)
cesspool, waste pit, sewer
2H6 IV.i.71 [Lieutenant to Suffolk] kennel, puddle, sink, whose filth and dirt / Troubles the silver spring where England drinks
Cor I.i.120 [First Citizen to Menenius, of the belly] Who is the sink o'th' body
H5 III.v.59 [Constable to all, of King Henry] He'll drop his heart into the sink of fear
TC V.i.71 [Thersites to himself, of Hector's farewell] Sweet sink, sweet sewer!