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vital organs

noun as in innards

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She endured multiple surgeries; doctors removed one of her kidneys and other vital organs.

His vital organs appear to be undamaged, but his life is clearly in danger as more details of the attack emerge.

Unlike donors of vital organs like kidneys, marrow donors can give again and again.

For starters, your vital organs already do a pretty good job of dispensing with toxins.

When worn about the waist, it produces pressure upon the vital organs and thus deforms the body.

The sedentary habit grew upon him; the vital organs got clogged with adipose tissue.

The bones of the hip-girdle form a basin which incloses and protects the abdominal vital organs.

A sudden breaking down of any or several of the vital organs is also likely to occur to fat people earlier than to others.

The Cerebral, lacking a large alimentary system, is not tempted to overload his stomach or overtax his vital organs.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vital organs, such as: guts, insides, bowels, entrails, intestines, and viscera.

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