The alimentary canal of an animal through which food passes after having passed all stomachs. (noun)
One of certain subdivisions of this part of the alimentary canal, such as the small or large intestine in human beings. (noun)
Domestic; taking place within a given country or region. (adjective)
Examples of word intestine
This bowel tube, or intestine, which, on account of its length, is arranged in coils, finally delivers the undigested remains of the food into a somewhat larger tube called the _large intestine_, in the lower and back part of the body, where its remaining moisture is sucked out of it, and its solid waste material passed out of the body through the _rectum_ in the form of the _feces_.
A congenital defect in which part of the intestine is completely blocked or absent.
Your intestine is long and pocketed unlike meat eating animals where it is short and smooth, your teeth are not designed for ripping and chewing carcass, you have no claws, nor speed that is why you have to purchase thousands of dollars worth of equipment such as tree stands, bait, lures, fake female, "buck in heat" and of course the weapon to do your killing.
The human intestine is 22ft long, and yet humans are only 6ft tall.
The largest group of probiotic bacteria in the intestine is lactic acid bacteria, of which Lactobacillus acidophilus, found in yogurt and kefir is the best known.