entrails

[ en-treylz, -truhlz ]SEE DEFINITION OF entrails

Synonyms for entrails

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The head and feet are left on and the entrails are not removed.

Then Nuflo would rejoice and feast, rewarding them with the skin, bones, and entrails.

The dogs had devoured even the entrails of the seal, and began to gnaw their traces.

The angel tells him to rub the old man's eyes with the entrails of the fish.

Scale and draw out the entrails of the fish without opening the belly, give them a wash, and let them drain from the water.

Choose them of two or three pounds weight; take out the gills, eyes, and entrails, and remove the blood from the backbone.

They had to listen to him dying for six hours, with his entrails torn with slugs.

It is in the blood; 'tis in the tone; in the entrails of us, in our mother's milk.

It seemed to spread itself all over him, enter his limbs, and lodge in his entrails.

He added that if he had not been interrupted he would have eaten all the entrails.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENTRAILS

intestine

nounbodily organ
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