Usually, bowels. the intestine.
a part of the intestine.
the inward or interior parts:
the bowels of the earth.
Archaic. feelings of pity or compassion.
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an intestine, esp the large intestine in man
(pl) innards; entrails
(pl) the deep or innermost part (esp in the phrase the bowels of the earth)
(pl) (archaic) the emotions, esp of pity or sympathy
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