Examples of fleshy in a Sentence
the fleshy part of the thigh
the fleshy texture of the melon
a plant with fleshy leaves
Recent Examples of fleshy from the Web
In the Baroque era, for example, fleshy, voluptuous women were in fashion and the clothing of the period accommodated a broader profile.
Some 350,000 years ago, the woolly rhino first browsed the shrubs and grasses of Europe and Asia with thick fleshy lips similar to their relatives living today.
Within a few months, said Noel Zayas, Emanuel’s father, the pimple grew into a fleshy mass and kept growing to the size of a basketball.
Chard’s large, fleshy leaf stems are most commonly either white or red, but there are types with shades of gold, pink and orange.
The hymen, according to Planned Parenthood, the hymen is a thin, fleshy tissue right at the opening of the vagina.
During that period, his figures often had weighty, fleshy limbs.
The reason that apples turn brown soon after their fleshy innards are exposed is an enzyme known as polyphenol oxidase, or PPO.
Invest in a palm support that sits in front of the keyboard, and wrest the fleshy part of our palm on it when typing.
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- a fleshy snout
- The shovel felt heavy in Stanley's soft, fleshy hands.
- —Louis Sachar, Holes
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