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innards

noun plural in·nards \ˈi-nərdz\

: the internal organs of a person or an animal

: the inside parts of something

Full Definition of INNARDS

1
:  the internal organs of a human being or animal; especially :  viscera
2
:  the internal parts especially of a structure or mechanism

Examples of INNARDS

  1. <unpleasant memories of having to examine the innards of a frog for science class>
  2. <consumers are warned against poking around in the innards of the air conditioner>

Origin of INNARDS

alteration of inwards
First Known Use: circa 1825

innards

noun plural in·nards \ˈin-ərdz\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of INNARDS

:  the internal organs of a human being or animal; especially :  viscera

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