Gralloched - definition of gralloched by The Free Dictionary
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gralloch ( ˈɡrælək; ) Scottish ˈɡrælɒx n 1. (Zoology) the entrails of a deer 2. (Hunting) the act or an instance of disembowelling a deer killed in a hunt vb
(Hunting) to disembowel (a deer killed in a hunt)
[C19: from Scottish Gaelic
grealach intestines] gralloch Past participle: gralloched Gerund: gralloching Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
Imperative gralloch gralloch
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The colours should have had a fresh maidenly charm; but all he could think of were stretched innards, umbles and tripes, grey-pink intestines looped out of a living body; he had a second batch of recalcitrant friars to be dispatched to Tyburn, to be slit up and
by the hangman .
No fisherman could cut a line and as for hunting, no rabbit would be skinned or deer
Normally deer are
or disembowelled straight after being shot.