entrails


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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.
The entrails of the 124 seats that went to the polls in the first round lie in three regions and one section of the electorate.
In the introduction, Hillman establishes that Troilus and Cressida "counteract[s] the disembodied, over-rhetoricised status of the heroes" with its focus on entrails.
The Worm Compost": Tonight, in the black box of our storage closet/a lack box of plastic records our eating habits/ in a soggy thresh of newsprint, an exquisite text/ of worms and leaves and PH balance you upset/once every couple months to parse our future/through clues in the much: cairns of sheep shit/or entrails in a soothsayer's dish, you predict a parliament of annelids to get us back to nature.
The sixth dead iguana's entrails were found strewn outside its pen in the fenced-in facility in Grand Cayman, said Fred Burton, director of a program that has brought the rare reptiles back from the brink of extinction.
Personally I find that investigating the entrails of a turkey around this time of year works better.
Police in the Vienna yesterday said they were interrogating a young German citizen suspected of murdering a fellow homeless man and possibly eating his entrails.
Is it a good practice to dispose of the entrails in the water where I fish?
At its launch, bare-breasted women invited guests to eat from bowls of offal, supposedly the dead goat's still-steaming entrails.
I relived the experience of watching a pack of hyenas tear the entrails out of a wild-eyed wildebeest.
Pupils and staff arrived at school to find hedgehogs' entrails, alcohol bottles and human excrement strewn across their new sports ground.
When a toad explodes, its entrails are hurled as far as a meter, sometimes fetching up on tree limbs, from which they dangle like grisly sphagnum moss.