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synonyms for entrail

  • insides
  • bowels
  • guts
  • innards
  • viscera
  • vitals
  • internal parts
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How to use entrail in a sentence

He traveled five miles up the river to bring in the fresh entrail of a caribou that had been killed.
KAZANJAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
The surgeon lifted it off and revealed a huge coil of bluish red entrail bulging out through a frightful gash in the abdomen.
COMBED OUTFRITZ AUGUST VOIGT
Rain frocks of seal entrail are also worn over the furs in stormy weather.
ETHNOLOGY OF THE UNGAVA DISTRICT, HUDSON BAY TERRITORYLUCIEN TURNER
The Blackfoot name for this was is-sap-wot-sists (put-inside-entrail).
RISING WOLF THE WHITE BLACKFOOTJAMES WILLARD SCHULTZ
The detonation rolled from echo to echo in the crypt, like the rumbling of that titanic entrail.
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
In the dissection I assisted, so that the flesh should not be defiled by a carelessly wounded entrail.
FETICHISM IN WEST AFRICAROBERT HAMILL NASSAU
But for pure, honest “leaf” lard not a bit of entrail fat should be mixed with the flakes.
HOME PORK MAKINGA. W. FULTON
He looked at the bulging entrail admiringly and went back to his work.
COMBED OUTFRITZ AUGUST VOIGT
His side had been ripped open and fragments of entrail projected from the rent.
COMBED OUTFRITZ AUGUST VOIGT
A piece of the entrail escapes, and as it floats away it swells and swells.
INDIAN FAIRY TALESANONYMOUS
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