|I couldn't find a picture of any bowels of bronze, but I did find this bronze head, and it looks pretty tough|
(photo by Kloniwotski)
Adjective. Mid-20th century.
[from Greek khalkenteros, from khalkos copper, brass + enteron intestine.]
With bowels of bronze; tough.
chalcenteric adj. M20
If you've ever eaten your mother-in-law's tripe supper, or your sister-in-law's bran muffins, then I applaud you, and you may rightly apply to yourself the adjective chalcenterous: with bowels of bronze, derived from Greek words for copper, brass and intestines.
|With tripe, it's all about the presentation|
(photo by Lucarelli)
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