Embowel



[em-bou-uh l, -boul] /ɛmˈbaʊ əl, -ˈbaʊl/

verb (used with object), emboweled, emboweling or (especially British) embowelled, embowelling.
1.
to .
2.
Obsolete. to enclose.
/ɪmˈbaʊəl/
verb (obsolete)
1.
to bury or embed deeply
2.
another word for disembowel

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