[syn: intuitive, nonrational, visceral]
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3 definitions retrieved:
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Visceral \Vis"cer*al\, a. [Cf. F. visc['e]ral, LL. visceralis.]
1. (Anat.) Of, pertaining to, or affecting the viscera;
2. Fig.: Having deep sensibility. [R.] --Bp. Reynolds.
3. proceeding from emotion or instinct rather than from
intellect; deeply emotional; -- as, a visceral reaction.
4. dealing with coarse or base emotions; -- as, a visceral
literary style. --[RHUD]
Visceral arches (Anat.), the bars or ridges between the
Visceral cavity or Visceral tube (Anat.), the ventral
cavity of a vertebrate, which contains the alimentary
canal, as distinguished from the dorsal, or
Visceral clefts (Anat.), transverse clefts on the sides
just back of the mouth in the vertebrate embryo, which
open into the pharyngeal portion of the alimentary canal,
and correspond to the branchial clefts in adult fishes.
WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):
adj 1: relating to or affecting the viscera; "visceral
bleeding"; "a splanchnic nerve" [syn: visceral,
2: obtained through intuition rather than from reasoning or
observation [syn: intuitive, nonrational, visceral]
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:
37 Moby Thesaurus words for "visceral":
abdominal, affectional, affective, anal, appendical, cardiac,
cecal, colic, colonic, coronary, demonstrative, duodenal,
emotiometabolic, emotiomotor, emotional, emotiovascular, emotive,
enteric, feeling, gastric, glandular, gut, ileac, instinctual,
interior, internal, intestinal, intimate, intuitive, jejunal,
mesogastric, of soul, overdemonstrative, pyloric, rectal, soulful,