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entrails
used in 1984 by Orwell

5 uses
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Definition
internal organs — especially the intestines

or more rarely:

the internal parts of anything
  • There was another spasm in his entrails, the heavy boots were approaching.
    p. 232.3
entrails = internal organs
  • Winston's entrails seemed to grow cold.
    p. 16.9
  • entrails = internal organs
  • For a moment it felt as though his entrails were being ground to pulp between the two muscular hips, then he had broken through, sweating a little.
    p. 114.9
  • entrails = internal organs
  • Winston's entrails seemed to have turned into ice.
    p. 221.6
  • entrails = internal organs
  • Winston's entrails contracted.
    p. 231.9
entrails = internal organs
There are no more uses of "entrails" in 1984 by Orwell.

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