Of, relating to, or being within the intestine.(adjective)
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Use "enteric" in a sentence
"The "gut brain," formally known as the enteric nervous system, is made up of some 500 million nerve cells, as many as there are in a cat's brain."
"As I'm sure you know, it is the sad misfortune of cows and other livestock to digest their food through a process known as enteric fermentation [pdf]."
"It is also known as enteric fever, or commonly just typhoid."