- entrance pupil,
Origin of entrails
Examples from the Web for entrails
It launches with a family hacked to death by one of its members, the mother's abdomen reduced to “a bloody bowl of entrails.”
By fleeing his palace, Mubarak responded to the instinct not to have his entrails on display in the public square.
We were thus enabled to keep pace with the company, who, with a devouring appetite, were swallowing the vast system of entrails.Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China|Evariste Regis Huc
At that time hunger was tearing my entrails with iron hand, and my head was burning from the wound.Lillian Morris, and Other Stories|Henryk Sienkiewicz
"Patience," he said, while still pulling more and more vessels from the entrails of the Santa Maria.Atlantis|Gerhart Hauptmann
Then we took out the entrails and bunked down for the rest of the night.Fifty Years a Hunter and Trapper|Eldred Nathaniel Woodcock
Sooner shall the ball turn back in its course, and bury itself in the entrails of the marksman.The Robbers|Friedrich Schiller
Word Origin for entrails
c.1300, from Old French entrailles (12c.), from Late Latin intralia "inward parts, intestines" (8c.), from Latin interanea, neuter plural of interaneus "internal, that which is within," from inter "between, among" (see inter-).