Thesaurus / offal

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Both yards were forlorn, uneven, and malodorous, from the heaps of offal and rubbish lying under the hot sun.

C, is the trough for carrying off this offal into the manure cellars, through the trunk, as seen in No. 2.

Rural ArchitectureLewis Falley Allen

Aye, but she shall come to dig roots for him when he fails of the hunt and be glad of the offal the other women give her for pity.

The Arrow-MakerMary Austin

For any offal or garbage thrown overboard is welcome to its hungry maw, and sailors do not often destroy this bird.

Mamma's Stories about BirdsAnonymous (AKA the author of "Chickseed without Chickweed")

They visit every oasis settlement in immense numbers, howling, yelping, and fighting for any bit of offal they may find.

Delicately nurtured girls could be seen working at the slaughterhouse among the entrails and offal for twelve hours on end.

The offal and “giblets” they had already disposed of, so that not the smallest fragment could be seen lying about.

Having fallen upon a side light in the life of a Mary Underwood they return to it again and again as a dog to its offal.

Windy McPherson's SonSherwood Anderson

Surely we must run away, Free People, and beg leave of the peoples of the north for the offal of dead cattle!

The Second Jungle BookRudyard Kipling

All the offal of a ship is thrown over to Davy Jones—doubtless because there is nothing else to be done with it.

StoryologyBenjamin Taylor

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