disembowelment

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Synonyms for disembowelment

the act of removing the bowels or viscera

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Much of that they'll get out of you and Huck Finn, I reckon.
DEAR FINN,--I think it would do; copy should reach us second post Saturday.
Mr Nutt, of the Daily Reformer, wrote some highly incongruous words across the top of the copy, made some highly mysterious marks down the side of it, and called to Miss Barlow in the same loud, monotonous voice: "Take down a letter to Mr Finn.
DEAR FINN,--Your copy will do, but I have had to headline it a bit; and our public would never stand a Romanist priest in the story-- you must keep your eye on the suburbs.
G'wan, you're foolin'," said Finn, the other lumberjack, a quiet, steady, Wisconsin man.
Mebbe we ought to lay over a day and let him rest up," Finn suggested.
Finn told me she was poor, but a busy, honest, little thing, who did n't mix with the other folks, but lived and worked alone.
FINN, Please forgive me for the trouble I make you, but I don't see any other way.
Finn called out to him to go away, and as he persisted in coming nearer, she hit him courageously with her umbrella over the head and, without once looking back, ran like the wind with the perambulator as far as the first house in the village.
But this was too much for Katerina Ivanovna, and she at once declared, so that all could hear, that Amalia Ivanovna probably never had a father, but was simply a drunken Petersburg Finn, and had certainly once been a cook and probably something worse.