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Definition of "insides" []

  • The internal organs of an animal's body, esp when being skinned and gutted to be eaten
  • The inner part of a fruit or vegetable
  • Plural form of inside. guts, intestines, innards (noun)

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Use "insides" in a sentence
  • "Scoop out the insides from the Karelas by cutting them into small pieces, using a sharp knife."
  • "Thu 10/22/09 6: 48 PM tuna salad past it’s expiration date, pumpkin insides, apple cores, the gum from underneath my shoe, the stuff I swept out from underneath my kids beds, the after effects of a sixth grade science experiment gone horribly wrong …"
  • "The insides were a bright green jelly; the seven-chambered heart continued to pulse in the dust."