Definition of Innards

1. Noun. Internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity). "`viscera' is the plural form of `viscus'"

Exact synonyms: Entrails, Viscera
Generic synonyms: Internal Organ, Viscus



Definition of Innards

1. Noun. (plural of innard) ¹

2. Noun. The internal organs of a human or animal; ''especially'' viscera, intestines. ¹

3. Noun. The inner workings of something; the insides or guts. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Innards

1. the internal organs [n]

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Literary usage of Innards

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1. Life and Recollections of Yankee Hill: Together with Anecdotes and Incidents by William Knight Northall (1850)
"... character for the innards, they set tew work tew fix a liquid mixtur eout of the juice, tew was' down the cakes, and pursuin' it through a ..."

2. The Tragedy of Nan: And Other Plays by John Masefield (1909)
"My father say to me—"Mind thy innards", he say. ... I learned about innards from 'im. NAN. It be wonderful to 'ave a father to do for. ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1882)
"In, used for ' of.' ' They be just come out in school.' innards, inside of the body. ' I 'm that bad in my innards. ..."

4. Fisher's River (North Carolina) Scenes and Characters by Hardin E. Taliaferro (1859)
"Ham drinks his dram and pays his bob in all licker crowds, but he allers travels and keeps what he 'posits in his innards. He loves licker too well to be ..."

5. The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Literature by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Rufus Edmonds Shapley (1894)
"It's got hold of my innards already, and I 'm dead as a chicken!—do something for me, do— don't let the infernal sea-toad eat me afore your eyes. ..."

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