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- n. Entrails.
- n. The part of the intestines of an animal used as food, as the sweetbread, kidneys, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. plural The entrails.
- n. Part of the intestines of an animal used for food, as the sweetbread, kidneys, etc.
From Middle English inmete, inmette, eqivalent to in- + meat. Compare Swedish inmåte ("intestines"). (Wiktionary)
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