bowels[ bou-uh l, boul ]SEE DEFINITION OF bowels
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOWELS
I wish the Admiralty had my complaint: but they have no bowels, at least for me.
If the cramp attack the stomach or bowels, it is attended with considerable danger: medicine may relieve but cannot cure.
There should be at least one good movement of the bowels each day.
Undoubtedly, things were happening deep in the bowels of Hydrot.
Jones, shoving the girl into its bowels, added: "I was happier when he was jugged."
But hunger will whet his appetite for anything that his bowels can digest.
He defends his life, and if he should be in the bowels of the earth I will find him.
Costiveness of the bowels, if not counteracted, may end in serious consequences.
The gun was discharged into the bowels of the unfortunate chieftain.
If corporations really have no bowels, governments can not be looked to for nerves.