Innards

usgb/ˈɪnərdz/Volume
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Informal UsagePlay
More commonly used in casual situations, rather than formal ones. SlideWhen we dissected the frog in biology class, we saw all its innards.
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Can evoke strong visual images; often used in descriptive writing. SlideThe novel described the innards of the beast in gory detail.
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While it can refer to humans, it's usually better for animals; 'organs' is more respectful for people. SlideThe veterinarian explained the cat's innards were healthy.