EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNARDS
That's a better bandobust than baynit get it in your innards.
He gave you three the127 head, and the hoofs, and the innards, and the tail.
Oh, I dunno, Jud, but I've got a powerful hurtin' in my innards.
This city will destroy itself, like a rat eating its own innards.
So saying, he let the grateful sunlight into the Dromedary's innards.
"Us ha' got innards, and they'm called vowels," Master went on.
"I think likely some of my innards has got to be cut out and mended," she said.
Why didn't you take their feathers off and clean out their innards?
The old man's done for, this time, ez I allow—spang in the innards.
I simply know that she's full of water aft and has got something serious the matter with her innards.
1825, innerds, dialectal variant of inwards "the bowels" (c.1300); see inward.