viscera

[ vis-er-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF viscera

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VISCERA

What a display of viscera, muscles and blood suggestive of a butcher's shop!

First, while the fish is perfectly fresh, remove the viscera.

Is not this disease in the limbs similar to that of the viscera (§ 2)?

A thorough examination revealed no trouble of any of the viscera.

The lungs also were loaded with blood, as were all the viscera.

Metastasis to the liver, lungs, and other viscera is exceptional.

The bones, fluids, and viscera were all related to mental phenomena.

From this I was led to believe that the pelvis did much of the forming of the viscera.

At top it has a deep cavity for the reception of certain of the viscera of the animal.

These are often used in Compositions for cooling and Cleansing the Viscera.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VISCERA

intestine

nounbodily organ
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