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visceral
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Cyrano de Bergerac
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as in: visceral muscles Define
relating to or affecting the viscera (internal organs)
  • I am well pleased to see their pain change its viscera.

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  • A sedentary life has lead to excessive visceral fat.
  • Shapes of dried blood in the stubble grass and gray coils of viscera where the slain had been field-dressed and hauled away.
    Cormac McCarthy  --  The Road

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as in: a visceral reaction Define
something felt strongly; or describing something as arising from instinct rather than reason (like saying "felt in the gut")
as in: visceral muscles Define
relating to or affecting the viscera (internal organs)
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