singular vis·cus [vis-kuhs]. /ˈvɪs kəs/.
- Anatomy, Zoology. the organs in the cavities of the body, especially those in the abdominal cavity.
- the intestines; bowels.
- The reader can rest assured that behind all the blood and viscera is a know-it-all having some fun.
- Then when his fingers came in contact with the viscera of a cadaver, that of a little child, he cried out in horror.
- The bones, fluids, and viscera were all related to mental phenomena.
- It is a diabolical sight to witness a group of birds tearing out the viscera of a seal, dancing the while with wings outspread.
- The one has been led away by a love of etymology—the other would string the fiddle at the expense of poor puss's viscera.
- Information gained by the study of the viscera of the various species supports this judgment.