bowels

  • 1bowels — [n] insides belly, core, deep, depths, entrails, guts, hold, innards, interior, intestines, penetralia, recesses, viscera, vitals; concept 393 …

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  • 2bowels — n. 1) to move one s bowels 2) loose bowels * * * loose bowels to move one sbowels …

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  • 3bowels — noun a) The deepest or innermost part. down in the bowels of the Earth b) The concept or quality that defines something at its very core. the projects bowels Syn: centre, center …

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  • 4bowels — plural noun 1) a disorder of the bowels Syn: intestines, entrails, viscera, innards, digestive system; Medicine gut; informal guts, insides 2) the bowels of the ship Syn: interior, insid …

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  • 5bowels — Human emotions were thought to be generated in the entrails; hence the AV translation ‘bowels’ in Phil. 2:1 etc. Modern custom speaks of the heart in a similar way. There is a literal physical usage in 2 Sam. 20:10 and Acts 1:18, but modern… …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 6bowels — [ˈbaʊəlz] noun [plural] the organ near your stomach where solid waste is formed and pushed out of your body • the bowels of sth the inner parts of something[/ex] …

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  • 7bowels —   1. Evacuation. Ki o, kākā, pāki o; hana lepo (euphemism). See excrement, feces.    ♦ Have your bowels moved? Ua ki o oe? Ua hana lepo oe? Ua ho opau pilikia?   2. Innards. Na au, ōpū …

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  • 8Bowels —    (Phil. 1:8; 2:1; Col. 3:12), compassionate feelings; R.V., tender mercies …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 9bowels — Synonyms and related words: abdomen, anus, appendix, belly, blind gut, bottomless pit, brain, cecum, colon, core, deep space, deeps, depths, duodenum, endocardium, entrails, foregut, gaping depths, giblets, gizzard, gut, guts, heart, hell,… …

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  • 10bowels — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. pl. intestines, guts, viscera, innards; depths, recesses. See interior, depth. II (Roget s IV) pl.n. Syn. viscera, entrails, intestines, guts*; see abdomen , insides , intestines . III (Roget s 3… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 11bowels — sb. Pol. S. 213. Alys. 4668. For the etymology of this word, see Phil. Soc. Trans. for 1856, p. 36 …

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  • 12bowels — bow·els || baÊŠÉ™lz n. intestines, entrails; deepest interior parts of something …

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  • 13bowels — elbows …

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  • 14bowels — the intestine. → bowel …

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  • 15bowels — n. pl. 1. Intestines, entrails, viscera, inwards, guts. 2. Inside, interior, interior parts, midst. 3. Compassion, pity, tenderness, mercy, mercifulness, feeling, fellow feeling, sympathy …

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  • 16bowels — noun the center of the Earth • Hypernyms: ↑center, ↑centre, ↑midpoint …

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  • 17bowels of the earth — the center of the earth, deep beneath the earth s surface …

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  • 18open your bowels —    to defecate    A bowel is literally an intestine, whence any internal organ, and was so used by Cromwell:     The enemy in all probability will be in our bowels in ten days. (Letter, 1643)    Now medical jargon:     Have you had your bowels… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 19get one’s bowels in an uproar — tv. to become overly anxious or excited. □ Cool it! Don t get your bowels in an uproar. □ Fred’s always getting his bowels in an uproar about nothing …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 20(the) bowels of something — the bowels of something phrase the deepest inner part of something a mineshaft that descends into the bowels of the earth Thesaurus: words used to describe depthhyponym high and heightsynonym Main entry: bowel …

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