As soon as they had retired to a safe distance gizzard started to renew the argument, but Sube refused to go on with it.
Friend or foe, he who touches me shall have a bullet in his gizzard.
Both seemed to be suffering from impacted crops, as the stomach and gizzard in each case were found to be empty.
And if that is true of the "gizzard" it is likewise true of the brain.
If the polypide has a gizzard it does not bear internal chitinous projections.
What for should he put up his fins now the hook's in his gizzard?
And dismissing these trivial matters from his mind he paid an unexpected call on his friend gizzard.
The stomach should not be required to perform the function of the gizzard of a fowl.
Some epicures are very fond of the gizzard and rump, peppered and salted, and broiled.
"Yer blowin' the gizzard out o' us" Duke: Hi, there, for'ard!
"stomach of a bird," late 14c., from Old French gisier (Modern French gésier) "entrails, giblets (of a bird)," probably from Vulgar Latin *gicerium, dissimilated from Latin gigeria (neuter plural) "cooked entrails of a fowl," a delicacy in ancient Rome, from PIE *yekwr- "liver" (see hepatitis). Parasitic -d added 1500s. Later extended to other animals, and, jocularly, to human beings.