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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of exenterate.
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Yet time was, when the innocent word "zounds" was written with the same culpatory dashes and hyphens as the "damns that have had their day;" and "pigs," we suppose, were exenterated in like manner: suggested only by their heads and tails, -- the first letter and the last.
 or a young lamb divided in the back, exenterated, &c.; all acknowledge the chief cure in moistening throughout.