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1. visceral

adjective. ['ˈvɪsɝəl'] relating to or affecting the viscera.

Antonyms

  • coherent

Etymology

  • viscera (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Visceral

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Example sentences of the word visceral


1. Adjective
A large waist shows that you have a lot of belly fat, also known as visceral fat.

Quotes containing the word visceral


1. Music is a total constant. That's why we have such a strong visceral connection to it, you know? Because a song can take you back instantly to a moment, or a place, or even a person. No matter what else has changed in your or the world, that one song says the same, just like that moment.
- Sarah Dessen, Just Listen

2. I had retained little of what is generally called religion, except for a visceral conviction that our lives are controlled by some universal mechanism that is greater than ourselves. Perhaps that was what others called God. Perhaps not.
- Michael Cox, The Meaning of Night

2. visceral

adjective. ['ˈvɪsɝəl'] obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or observation.

Synonyms

  • intuitive
  • illogical
  • unlogical

Antonyms

  • rational
  • induced
  • reasonable
  • illogicality

Etymology

  • viscera (Latin)
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