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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.
References in classic literature ?
I have no doubt in the world that you are doing well in that greasy Flanders; living probably on the fat of the unctuous land; sitting like a black-haired, tawny-skinned, long-nosed Israelite by the flesh-pots of Egypt; or like a rascally son of Levi near the brass cauldrons of the sanctuary, and every now and then plunging in a consecrated hook, and drawing out of the sea, of broth the fattest of heave-shoulders and the fleshiest of wave-breasts.
In the latter part of the 20th Century, the manufacturers changed this and went to a spur hammer biting only the fleshiest paws.
To apply opt for a matching liner to outline your lips, filling in the fleshiest part of your lip with the liner which will act as a barrier to grip onto your lipstick.