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flesh·y

 (flĕsh′ē)
adj. flesh·i·er, flesh·i·est
1.
a. Relating to, consisting of, or resembling flesh: a fleshy growth.
b. Having abundant flesh: fleshy arms.
2. Having a juicy or pulpy texture: ripe, fleshy peaches.
3. Fleshly; carnal: "the fleshy fringes of show business" (Newsweek).

flesh′i·ness n.

fleshy

(ˈflɛʃɪ)
adj, fleshier or fleshiest
1. fat; plump
2. related to or resembling flesh
3. (Botany) botany (of some fruits, leaves, etc) thick and pulpy
ˈfleshiness n

flesh•y

(ˈflɛʃ i)

adj. flesh•i•er, flesh•i•est.
1. having much flesh; plump; fat.
2. consisting of or resembling flesh.
3. pulpy; succulent.
[1325–75]
flesh′i•ly, adj.
flesh′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fleshy - usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it
fat - having an (over)abundance of flesh; "he hadn't remembered how fat she was"
2.fleshy - of or relating to or resembling flesh

fleshy

adjective plump, fat, chubby, obese, hefty, overweight, ample, stout, chunky, meaty, beefy (informal), tubby, podgy, brawny, corpulent, well-padded He was well-built, but too fleshy.

fleshy

adjective
Translations
لَحْمي، بَدين
masitýotylý
buttet: kraftigtyk
lihamainenpulskatäyteläinenvanttera
holdugur, feitur

fleshy

[ˈfleʃɪ] ADJ (fleshier (compar) (fleshiest (superl))) (= fat) → gordo (Bot) [fruit] → carnoso

fleshy

[ˈflɛʃi] adj
[person] → grassouillet(te)
[part of body] → rebondi(e)
[plant, fruit] → charnu(e)

fleshy

adj (+er)
(= fat) face, cheeks, nosefleischig; personfüllig
(= consisting of flesh)fleischern, aus Fleisch bestehend; (= similar to flesh)fleischartig; fleshy tonesfleischfarbene Töne pl; (in painting) → Fleischtöne pl
(Bot) fruit, leavesfleischig

fleshy

[ˈflɛʃɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → carnoso/a (Bot) (fruit) → polposo/a

flesh

(fleʃ) noun
1. the soft substance (muscles etc) that covers the bones of animals.
2. the soft part of fruit. the golden flesh of a peach.
ˈfleshy adjective
fat. a fleshy face.
flesh and blood
1. relations; family. She is my own flesh and blood.
2. human nature. It is more than flesh and blood can tolerate.
in the flesh
actually present; in person. I have seen him on television, but never in the flesh.
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Fuller upper arms can create the illusion that the shoulders are narrow, due to fleshier upper arms.
We find the observation of paws in stomachs to be rather perplexing for two reasons: (1) these body parts should have less nutritional value than fleshier body parts and (2) we rarely documented the consumption of feet/paws of other, equal-sized prey species.
COMPARISONS: Annularia galioides possesses oblanceolate leaves with an obtuse apex; maximum width occurs just above the middle, in contrast to the linear-lanceolate, fleshier leaves with pointed apices of Annularia ramosa.
1 Firmly pull out one of the leaves, revealing an edible tip that is lighter in colour and fleshier than the rest of the leaf.
Locals are known to debate the virtues of the small heritage chiles from northern villages like Dixon and Chimayo as opposed to the larger, fleshier chiles grown near Hatch and Las Cruces.
OSWESTRY, Wed, Jul 27 Remarks: Fat cattle met a steadier trade with meatier and fleshier cattle in demand.
Many of his works look even more spectral and ghostly when placed next to the warmer, fleshier offerings of Soutine and Rembrandt.
Lilting takes a different and fleshier route to a similar destination; the notion of loss here is material.
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in the fleshier stems disappeared so that only the hole
Consistently informative, occasionally humorous, ultimately touching, Erish's richly illustrated study may yet disappoint those looking for a fleshier portrait of the Colonel.