carnose


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carnose

(ˈkɑːnəʊs)
adj
fleshy
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Labbra di bue!" alle labbra carnose del genovese Zena il Lungo (144), ai comuni "Porco!" per persona che si comporta in modo immorale o che fa o dice cose scurrili, oscene, e "Macacco!
In a poem first published in 1923, Mina Loy describes the human ego as a "carnose horologe"--a fleshy, time--telling instrument.
What have traditionally been referred to as the carnose and stoloniferous ctenostome bryozoans may not be natural groupings, and the organization of families within superfamily assemblages often depends on the interpretation given to a few zooidal characters.