Synonyms of 'flesh'
the soft part of the body of an animal or human, esp. muscular tissueIllness had wasted the flesh from her body.
excess weightporcine wrinkles of flesh
the meat of animals as opposed to that of fish or, sometimes, fowlthe pale pink flesh of trout and salmon
4 the sins of the flesh
the thick soft part of a fruit or vegetableCut the flesh from the olives and discard the stone.
Use the whole fruit, including the pulp, which is high in fibre.
See flesh something out
See 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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He's got plenty of brains as well as brawn.
any substance that can be taken into the body by a living organism and changed into energy and body tissue
Enjoy your food!
tucker (Australian, New Zealand, informal)
kai (New Zealand, informal)
vittles (obsolete, dialect)
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