Of, or relating to the viscera - the soft inner organs of the body, including the lungs, the heart, and the organs of the digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems.
The first time Michael saw a partially dissected cadaver upon the table, its visceral nature opened for all to see, he knew there was no way that he could be a doctor - he would have to change his career goals.
by Rod Brock July 26, 2006
Lotus Exige

Of, relating to, or arising from one's mental or spiritual being: inner, interior, internal, intimate, inward. Slang gut. See body.
Derived from or prompted by a natural tendency or impulse: instinctive, instinctual, intuitive.
Riding in the Lotus Exige can only be described as a Visceral experiance.
by scbeachgirl May 24, 2006
The group consisting of Couchsurfers that met in MNL: Hazel P., Kenneth Q., Sherwin T., Carmen B., Ace, Mark, Kamille G., Kitchie P., MAbel D., Mark D., Chelsea G. & Jez . They rocked Rockeoke on Thursday, February 14th 2013--Valentine's Day.

Like "eating food with your hands", this feeling of connection and one-ness was experienced by all who are around them. And for this epicness, "Visceral" would be a term that one can now use over words like "paramount" or "echelon".
This experience is so visceral. I can't explain it.
by okpiku February 15, 2013

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