Eviscerate

• (v. t.) To take out the entrails of; to disembowel; to gut.
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eviscerate

adjective having been disembowelled
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Eviscerate

E·vis'cer·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Eviscerated ; present participle & verbal noun Eviscerating .] [ Latin evisceratus , past participle of eviscerare to eviscerate; e out + viscera ...
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eviscerate

disembowel
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eviscerate

eviscerate, eviscerating, eviscerated 1. To take away or to remove an essential part of something and so weaken it: 'There was a compromise that eviscerated the proposed Senate bill.' 2. To remove the entrails of; to disembowel. 3. To remove the internal organs or entrails of a person or of an animal. 4. In medicine, to remove the contents of (an...
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eviscerate

[adj] - having been disembowelled 2. [v] - Medicine: remove the contents of 3. [v] - take away a vital or essential part of
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