[ en-treylz, -truhlz ]
/ ˈɛn treɪlz, -trəlz /
the internal parts of the trunk of an animal body.
the internal parts of anything: the entrails of a machine.
Origin of entrails
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Examples from the Web for entrail
But for pure, honest “leaf” lard not a bit of entrail fat should be mixed with the flakes.Home Pork Making|A. W. Fulton
A piece of the entrail escapes, and as it floats away it swells and swells.Indian Fairy Tales|Anonymous
His side had been ripped open and fragments of entrail projected from the rent.Combed Out|Fritz August Voigt
British Dictionary definitions for entrail
/ (ˈɛntreɪlz) /
the internal organs of a person or animal; intestines; guts
the innermost parts of anything
Word Origin for entrails
C13: from Old French entrailles, from Medieval Latin intrālia, changed from Latin interānea intestines, ultimately from inter between
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Medicine definitions for entrail
[ ĕn′trālz′, -trəlz ]
The internal organs, especially the intestines; viscera.
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