Synonyms of 'flesh'
1 fatDictionary, muscle, beef (informal)Illness had wasted the flesh from her body.
3 meatDictionary, foodthe pale pink flesh of trout and salmon
5 pulpDictionary, soft part, fleshy partCut the flesh from the olives and discard the stone.
Use the whole fruit, including the pulp, which is high in fibre.
6 mankindDictionary, people, man
the evolution of mankind
Anxiety is modern man's natural state.
The world was shocked by this heinous crime.
We welcome students of all races, faiths and nationalities.
one of the age-old practices of humankind
flesh something out
in the flesh
Bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh [Bible: Genesis]I saw him now going the way of all flesh – Westward Hoe]The spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak [Bible: St. Matthew]
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Beef is the meat of a cow, bull, or ox.
Brawn is physical strength.
He's got plenty of brains as well as brawn.
Food is what people and animals eat.
Enjoy your food!
tucker (Australian, New Zealand, informal)
kai (New Zealand, informal)
vittles (obsolete, dialect)
Thesaurus for flesh from the Collins English Thesaurus
Flesh is the soft part of a person's or animal's body between the bones and the skin.