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Having to do with the response of the body as opposed to the intellect, as in the distinction between feeling and thinking.
From Latin viscera, plural of viscus (“any internal organ of the body").
He had a visceral dislike of Europe.
The advertising creates a visceral sensation of fear for which reason it also sells well.
It created a visceral thrill that carries you along through the film's two hours.
It added the visceral punch it needed.
This is a body of work, which, beneath their overtly visual romance, is almost visceral in its melancholy.
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