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innards (n.)

"entrails of an animal," 1825, innerds, dialectal variant of inwards "the bowels" (c. 1300); see inward. Compare inmeat "edible entrails of animals" (c. 1400); Old English innoð "entrails, stomach."

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Definitions of innards

innards (n.)
internal organs collectively (especially those in the abdominal cavity);
Synonyms: viscera / entrails
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