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en·trails

(en'trālz),
The viscera of an animal.

entrails

(ĕn′trālz′, -trəlz)
pl.n.
1. The internal organs, especially the intestines; viscera.
2. Internal parts: the entrails of a car engine.
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Her entrails were found on a plate having been cooked on a grill.
cooling entrails, pony shadow, runes, green tea leaves in drag, jellied
The SWAT team gradually ascends the central staircase, which is slathered in blood and entrails, sensing that the supposed viral outbreak is something far worse.
There are few bands with the precision that the US legends possess and vocalist Frank Mullen was on top of his game with some entertaining, although slightly disturbing, song introductions, in particular to Breeding The Spawn and Entrails Of You.
Hours later, the teenager turns up covered in entrails, transformed into a flesh-hungry menace.
It seems only two seconds ago poor old Katie Price was wolfing down entrails and crawling through rat-filled tunnels.
Unlike the recent glut of torture porn thrillers, which slather the screen in blood and entrails, this exercises restraint to the heart-stopping finale.
Farmiga and Sarsgaard spend most of the film screaming at each other, while Furhman delivers a genuinely creepy turn as a pint-sized sociopath as Serra slathers on the gore and entrails.
Mankind will never be free until the last king has been strangled with the entrails of the last priest" (Voltaire).
NSSF fought the ban on traditional ammunition because there was no conclusive evidence California condors were being harmed by it and because hunters offered to voluntarily take steps to prevent ingestion of spent bullet fragments by burying game entrails," said Lawrence G.
All the manifestly stupid views we fight involve either the view that (a) someone is taking care of us and we don't have to do any thinking, or (b) there are easy ways of preventing misfortune by reading the stars or studying the entrails of a beast or playing with cards to tell you what's going to happen .
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