JUDNICK: My reaction is so visceral that I immediately, like you, isolate myself so I can breathe.
Will there be even more of a visceral response rejecting Obama?
His dislike for his opponent, 26 years his junior, whom he beat by a 7-point margin, is visceral and palpable.
The most epic party experiences should be visceral; the terrain itself should play a big role in the story.
But the film also displays a visceral freedom missing from his earlier work, as if he no longer cares what the world thinks.
Inside each of the visceral processes on either side a cartilaginous rod develops.
The look of visceral satisfaction on his face was unmistakable.
In the region of the head it exhibits on each side a slight bulging outwards, the rudiment of the first visceral cleft.
I gathered from your previous testimony that your feeling, visceral feeling, related both to Mrs. Paine and to Mr. Paine.
Chronic cases are difficult on account of visceral adhesions.
1570s, "affecting inward feelings," from Middle French viscéral, from Medieval Latin visceralis "internal," from Latin viscera, plural of viscus "internal organ," of unknown origin. The bowels were regarded as the seat of emotion. The figurative sense vanished after 1640 and the literal sense is first recorded in 1794. The figurative sense was revived 1940s in arts criticism.
visceral vis·cer·al (vĭs'ər-əl)
Relating to, situated in, or affecting the viscera.