from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having bowels; hollow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Disemboweled: as, “a hare already bowelled.”
- Having recesses or hollow places: as, “the bowelled cavern,”
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Dreamworks has become such a loose-boweled animation sweat-shop excessively crapping out far too many mediocre CGI movies.
It means more overtime for some employees, so there's that vague, full-boweled pleasure at the windfall, along with an equally vague excitement at the break in routine.
"To what regiment of executioners does the black-boweled caitiff belong?" asked the Mikado.
The sound of its travel is sluggish, and one divines a projectile bigger-boweled, more enormous than the others.
Hanging was the common punishment for felony, but traitors and many other offenders were drawn, hanged, boweled, and quartered; nobles who were traitors usually escaped with having their heads chopped off only.
"He's a good doctor," was the verdict of one of this class of leather-boweled fellows -- "he'll work your innards for you!"
Harris is has boweled outstanding every time he plays , then u have hillf in great form.