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visceral

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvisceralvis‧ce‧ral /ˈvɪsərəl/ adjective  1 literary visceral beliefs and attitudes are the result of strong feelings rather than careful thought his visceral hatred of the ruling class2 medical relating to the viscera
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visceralSeldom before had music possessed such hyper-sensitivity, such visceral intensity, such manic-depressive immediacy.The six children with no colonic contractions had a hollow visceral myopathy and constipation.It is as if being on first-name terms with an issue reflects a more visceral public involvement.We've seen a strong visceral reaction to the flag-burning issue.It s a visceral, visual and musical experience which, for economic reasons, has become a rarity.
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