1. plural form of innard
  2. The internal organs of a human or animal; especially viscera, intestines.
    • 1970, Geezer Butler, "Walpurgis" (older version of "War Pigs"), Black Sabbath.
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  3. The inner workings of something; the insides or guts.
    He took the cover off his computer and looked at the innards.
  • French: abbats

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