fleshily


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fleshily

(ˈflɛʃɪlɪ)
adv
with respect to flesh; in a fleshy manner
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And that sense of mass is key: The posters look extruded, intensely physical, even fleshily animated, and their visceral surfaces are alive with sexual overtones (and the occasional slightly NSFW image).
The high end vulgarity of Lussurioso's world was vividly realized in the palace-brothel room he inhabited: a fleshily Rubenesque mural was overlaid with video projections of energetic orgies, while hangers on of various and occasionally indeterminate genders lounged on a circular red leather seat surrounding a phallic, flesh-colored column topped, ironically, with a statue of the Madonna.
crassicaudata, however, this muscle has two parts: a superficial belly that originates from the humerus and inserts by a well-developed tendon onto the scaphoid, and a deep belly that also originates from the humerus but inserts fleshily onto the proximal half of the radius.