Antonyms for livers

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Skewer the livers and gizzards to the sides, under the wings.

Reserve the livers, gizzards, and hearts to put in the gravy.

If the pie be of rabbit or fowls, the livers mixed with fat and lean pork, instead of bacon, will make an excellent stuffing.

The livers and hearts were put aside to serve as a variety in diet.

His livers by their finger-ends are especially "those within the land."

Kill them, and bring me their hearts and livers to show me that they are dead.

And I seen maneaters in Peru that eats corpses and the livers of horses.

In the sixth, their hearts and livers are squeezed with pincers.

It will settle their stomachs and livers, and when these are settled, their brains will be clear.

It is an improvement to mash the livers and put into the butter.