Definition of Embowels
1. embowel [v] - See also: embowel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embowels
Literary usage of Embowels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Valley of Virginia by Samuel Kercheval (1850)
"... it embowels one of Nature's masterpieces. The eastern declivity, however, is quite precipitous and difficult of ascent. The Guide's house is situated on ..."
2. Historic Survey of German Poetry: Interspersed with Various Translations by William Taylor (1830)
"... Picks each utensil to his wish, Scales, and embowels all the fish; Washes them thoroughly in wine, Minces the spicy farce-meat fine, And dipt in egg, ..."
3. Historic Survey of German Poetry: Interspersed with Various Translations by William Taylor (1830)
"... He scales, embowels, trims the fishes, Calls for a saucepan of red wine, Washes them out and inside in it, Minces the mingled farce-meat fine, ..."