Definition of Entrail

1. v. t. To interweave; to intertwine.



2. n. Entanglement; fold.

Definition of Entrail

1. Verb. (archaic) To interweave or bind. ¹

2. Verb. (heraldry) To outline in black. ¹

3. Noun. (context: usually in the plural) An internal organ of an animal. ¹

4. Noun. (obsolete) Entanglement; fold. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Entrail

1. to interlace [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entrail

entotic
entourage
entourages
entozoa
entozoal
entozoan
entozoans
entozoic
entozoologist
entozoologists
entozoon
entozoons
entr'acte
entr'd
entrada
entrail (current term)
entrailed
entrailing
entrails
entrain
entrainable
entrained
entrained thinking
entrainer
entrainers
entraining
entrainment
entrainments
entrains
entrall

Literary usage of Entrail

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1. Travels in Southern Abyssinia: Through the Country of Adal to the Kingdom of by Charles Johnston (1844)
"Portion of entrail around the neck of a Bedouin, not for ornament, but use.—Amusements. THE name of our present halting place was Hiero ..."

2. Egypt: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1902)
"Wooden case for the entrail-jars, in the form of a naos standing on a sledge. ... Vessels of earthenware and alabaster ; four alabaster entrail- jars, ..."

3. Egypt: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1902)
"Wooden case for the entrail-jars, in the form of a naos standing on a sledge. ... Vessels of earthenware and alabaster; four alabaster entrail- jars, ..."

4. My Life as an Indian: The Story of a Red Woman and a White Man in the Lodges by James Willard Schultz (1907)
"I had brought in the little sack, among other things, a few feet of a certain entrail which is always streaked or covered with soft, snowy-white fat. ..."

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