verb (used with object), dis·em·bow·eled, dis·em·bow·el·ing or (especially British) dis·em·bow·elled, dis·em·bow·el·ling.
Origin of disembowel
Examples from the Web for disemboweled
Serafin posted numerous identifiable photos of himself on Facebook, as well as pictures of a disemboweled informer.Is Mexico's Kim Kardashian-Lookalike Assassin for Real?|Michael Daly|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Grand gets to be disappointed without being disparaged, disowned, or disemboweled.Steve Grand’s ‘All-American Boy’ and the End of the Gay-Panic Defense|Hugh Ryan|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Pity the foolish Russian assassin who swallowed critical evidence; he was beaten, blow-torched and disemboweled.
The other feather-beds and pillows were ripped up, disemboweled and emptied by some of the other rioters.The White Terror and The Red|Abraham Cahan
He clipped them, beheaded them, disemboweled them and warped them all out of shape.At Good Old Siwash|George Fitch
The dog was thus roasted whole, for he had not been disemboweled.Ten years in the ranks, U.S. army|Augustus Meyers
The cat had fought; the dead animals were headless or disemboweled, unbelievably battered.Student Body|Floyd L. Wallace
In one I saw a disemboweled horse savagely spurred on by his rider at a bull-fight.The Law and the Lady|Wilkie Collins
verb -els, -elling or -elled or US -els, -eling or -eled
c.1600, from dis- + embowel. Earlier form was disbowel (mid-15c.); embowel, with the same meaning, is attested from 1520s. Related: Disemboweled; disembowelment.