Disentrail Dis`en*trail", v. t. To disembowel; to let out or draw forth, as the entrails. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

As if he thought her soul to disentrail. --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • dis|em|bow|el — «DIHS ehm BOW uhl», transitive verb, eled, el|ing or (especially British) elled, el|ling. 1. to take or rip out the bowels or entrails of; eviscerate: »The sharp horns of the antelope disemboweled the lion. 2. Figurati …   Useful english dictionary

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