[ UK /ˈɒfə‍l/ ]
  1. viscera and trimmings of a butchered animal often considered inedible by humans
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How To Use offal In A Sentence

  • Dead breathe I living breathe, tread dead dust, devour a urinous offal from all dead.
  • They swim up rivers and are often the first to use areas where fishermen dump their offal.
  • I loved the offal, brawn and brains this series. The Sun
  • Offal, long the most unchic of entrees, is suddenly cool. Not For the Lily-Livered
  • nauseous offal
  • One character grew particularly animated, becoming red-faced as he struggled to contain the words that burst forth, recalling Offaly teams from bygone eras who had fought so bravely with their scant resources. FIRECRACKER
  • An "Offaly good breakfast" may be a crap joke, but it was true to its word: grilled kidneys, pink at the eye, with Leopold Bloom's "faint tang of urine", a little fried wobbly liver, a round of black pudding, a fried egg trimmed unto the yolk on a piece of fried bread, a plank of crisp bacon and a dollop of their own ketchup. Restaurant review: the Potted Pig
  • A quality product - fillet steak not offal!
  • Offal is described as the "entrails and internal organs of a butchered animal," which tend to be less common meat cuts and pieces. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • Residents of the village in Ireland's County Offaly were eagerly anticipating the president's pilgrimage. Obama: US 'Inspired' by Ireland's Efforts to Bring Peace to Northern Ireland
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