entrails

Part of speech: noun

The internal parts, especially the intestines, of an animal.

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Usage examples "entrails":

  1. Thou wert from Aetna's burning entrails torn. - "Biographical Essays", Thomas de Quincey.
  2. That's just as the savages do; they hang brass nails, wire, buttons, and entrails of beasts all over them, to give them importance. - "Nature and Art", Mrs. Inchbald.
  3. With that she gave the kopanitschar's wife a ducat to provide supper, and then taught her the diabolical art of tying knots in the entrails of absent foes, so that they may pine away and perish miserably. - "Pretty Michal", Mór Jókai.