man's body


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Noun1.man's body - the body of an adult manman's body - the body of an adult man    
adult body - the body of an adult human being
male body - the body of a male human being
beard, face fungus, whiskers - the hair growing on the lower part of a man's face
adult male, man - an adult person who is male (as opposed to a woman); "there were two women and six men on the bus"
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"Then I must have three hairs from the tip of a Woozy's tail, and a drop of oil from a live man's body."
The bullet, driving with momentum sufficient to perforate a man's body a mile distant, struck Tudor with such force as to pivot him, whirling him half around by the shock of its impact and knocking him down.
So that it is in truth, of operation upon a man's mind, of like virtue as the alchemists use to attribute to their stone, for man's body; that it worketh all contrary effects, but still to the good and benefit of nature.
Fully forty or fifty feet was on each side of the track, and though the weight which it dragged had thinned it, it was as thick round as a man's body. I suppose you know that when you are after tiger, it is a point of honour not to shoot at anything else, as life may depend on it.
"And there are some risks, my dear Florence, which are worth every drop of blood in a man's body, and every breath of life.
"Cry 'hold,' Joe; thee'st met thy match!" Instead of taking good advice and getting his wind, Joe loses his temper, and strikes at the old man's body.
The weight of the man's body carried the deer to the ground.
The savage words none of them reached that ear!--a higher voice there was saying, "Fear not them that kill the body, and, after that, have no more that they can do." Nerve and bone of that poor man's body vibrated to those words, as if touched by the finger of God; and he felt the strength of a thousand souls in one.
One of the blacks insisted that the thing had been eleven feet tall, with a man's body and the head of an elephant.
One was the body of a huge, struggling, snarling apt being lowered over the side of the pit toward me, and the other was an aperture in the side of the shaft--an aperture larger than a man's body, into which my rope led.
This time we shall make sure of one scoundrel--sure that he will never again harm us or another," and with a sudden wrench he twisted the neck of the perfidious mate until there was a sharp crack, and the man's body lay limp and motionless in the ape-man's grasp.
It was like a message from the night of the grave; for this man's body had become his mausoleum.