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embowel to draw out the bowels, to eviscerate: “if thou embowel me to-day,” 1 HENRY IV., v. 4. 111 [=embalm]; “the schools, embowell'd of their doctrine” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, i. 3. 232 ( “exhausted of their skill,” STEEVENS) ; “Embowell'd will I see thee by and by,” 1 HENRY IV., v. 4. 109 [=Embalmed]; “In your embowell'd bosoms,” RICHARD III., v. 2. 10.

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