disentrayle

disentrayle

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtreɪl)
vb (tr)
archaic to pass out as if from the entrails
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Now, in a fantasy reversal of that defeat, Malengin the smoothtongued shapechanger is tracked to his "hollow caue" (4.11.10.1) and pounded into oblivion by Talus, who with his yron flayle Gan driue at him, with so huge might and maine, That all his bones, as small as sandy grayle He broke, and did his bowels disentrayle (4.11.19.2-5).
ix, when Artegall and Talus destroy Malengin, invariably perceived as an Irish rebel by critics.(15) When Byrchensa describes the Irish rebels as snakes, he comments: 'There did these snakes roule round their tales, a while, / Yet at the last were forced to cast their skinnes', possibly alluding to the destruction of Malengin which occurs when he transforms himself into a snake and Talus 'all his bones, as small as sandy grayle, / He broke, and did his bowels disentrayle' (Faerie Queene, V.