insides 的 2 个定义
- Sometimes in·side . the inner parts of the body, especially the stomach and intestines: The coffee scalded my insides.
- the plural of inside.
- It's about the delicate fabric of the universe and how our fragile insides crumble when that fabric is torn.
- The agony of being so close to our goal but failing gnaws at our insides while we replay the events over and over in our heads.
- Nausea is the next assault, a wave so powerful it threatens to rip out your insides.
- It is worth remembering that the Boston Marathon bombers armed their pressure cooker bombs with the insides of fireworks.
- They shoved a metal rod into her and tore her insides apart.
- They were so hot that the butter melted over them instantly, and crisp outside, with delicious, runny insides.
- He demanded something to eat six or eight times a day, so I wondered if I had fitted his insides properly.
- Stir over the fire till it becomes a thick paste, and fill the insides of the birds with it.
- Hang the birds as long as possible, then pluck and draw them and wipe their insides with a soft cloth.
- He'z quiet and peaceable, but the insides don't like to ride with him.