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synonyms for disemboweled

  • clean
  • draw
  • empty
  • eviscerate
  • exenterate
  • extract
  • disbowel

antonyms for disemboweled

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  • put in
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How to use disemboweled in a sentence

The cat had fought; the dead animals were headless or disemboweled, unbelievably battered.
STUDENT BODYFLOYD L. WALLACE
In one I saw a disemboweled horse savagely spurred on by his rider at a bull-fight.
THE LAW AND THE LADYWILKIE COLLINS
The Indians disemboweled his dead body, cut off the head, hands and feet and thrust them into the cavity.
THE FEAST OF THE VIRGINS AND OTHER POEMSH. L. GORDON
He was caught in the arms of two other soldiers, who speedily disemboweled him, and then cut up and distributed the meat.
THE LOST ARMYTHOMAS W. KNOX
As he followed on horseback, he found one after the other of his dogs torn to pieces, disemboweled, and dismembered.
HUNTING WITH THE BOW AND ARROWSAXTON POPE
And he would answer politely the most inane question if he were being disemboweled at the moment.
LIFE IN THE WAR ZONEGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The population was barbarously massacred, and the spot disemboweled of every social appearance.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
He clipped them, beheaded them, disemboweled them and warped them all out of shape.
AT GOOD OLD SIWASHGEORGE FITCH
The dog was thus roasted whole, for he had not been disemboweled.
TEN YEARS IN THE RANKS, U.S. ARMYAUGUSTUS MEYERS
Criminals were drawn and quartered; others were disemboweled and hung and their bodies suspended in chains to rot in the air.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 4 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
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