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used in Where the Red Fern Grows

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internal organs — especially the intestines

or more rarely:

the internal parts of anything
  • With fingers that shook, I worked the entrails back into the wound.
    Chapter 19 (41% in)
entrails = intestines
  • There, tangled in the low branches of a huckleberry bush, were the entrails of my dog.
    Chapter 19 (39% in)
  • His entrails had worked out and had become entangled in the bush.
    Chapter 19 (39% in)
  • With trembling hands, I unwound the entrails from the bush.
    Chapter 19 (40% in)
  • Very gently Mama worked the entrails out and in a pan of warm soapy water, washed them clean of the pine needles, leaves, and grit.
    Chapter 19 (42% in)
  • With gentle hands, she worked the entrails back through the opening.
    Chapter 19 (42% in)

There are no more uses of "entrails" in Where the Red Fern Grows.

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