Thesaurus / livers

opposites of livers

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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They said the priest used their livers for purposes of witchcraft.
LIFE'S HANDICAPRUDYARD KIPLING
He caught two hares, killed them instead of the women, took out their hearts and livers, and returned with them to the king.
If thy enemy cross thee, go out and whale the livers and lights out of him—same as we're trying to do to the U-boats now.
THE U-BOAT HUNTERSJAMES B. CONNOLLY
She then threw the livers into the garden, and during the night a tree grew up there with two large beautiful flowers on it.
Next the wizard placed the livers of swallows under the armpits and upon the place where the heart of the puppet ought to be.
LIFE ON A MEDIAEVAL BARONYWILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Melt a piece of butter in frying pan, add the livers, and saut over a quick fire for a few minutes.
Good livers always have livers,—and so do bad livers, for that matter.
FROM THE HOUSETOPSGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
All these birds were cut up, the livers and hearts were extracted for food, and the skins were used as fuel.
SOUTH!SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON
When it was opened all inside laughed; as they laughed, Fin could see their hearts and livers they were so glad.
They all make candles of the tallow of their beasts, both moulded and dipped; and they all make oil of the livers of fish.