in nards

innards

[in-erdz]
noun (used with a plural verb)
1.
the internal parts of the body; entrails or viscera.
2.
the internal mechanism, parts, structure, etc., of something; the interior of something: an engine's innards.

Origin:
1815–25; variant of inwards, noun use of inward

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innards (ˈɪnədz)
 
pl n
1.  the internal organs of the body, esp the viscera
2.  the interior parts or components of anything, esp the working parts
 
[C19: colloquial variant of inwards]

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innards
1825, dial. variant of inwards "the bowels."
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