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
Meaty bits of tuna, buttery escolar, rich salmon, and fleshy striped bass bump up against creamy chunks of avocado, the crunch of tiny rice puffs, and the pop-pop of two kinds of fish roe: salty orange tobiko and sweeter red smelt eggs.
Also to blame are sewage, farmland run-off and fishing, all of which favour the growth of the big, fleshy algae that are corals’ main competitors for space.
And deep in the tunnels of wetlands, a tiny mole with a fleshy, pink nose the shape of a star devours up to five items of prey a second.
The fleshy interior of a prickly pear cactus is visible.
The Mandels' de Kooning, a brushy 1978 abstraction with loose, fleshy strokes of orange, white, magenta and deep green, should bring $8 million to $12 million, Sotheby's says.
In addition to getting a reboot, Flippy's fleshy friends are also getting a helping hand, receiving additional training on how to best use it.
Sweet potato slips are succulent, moist and fleshy.
Perhaps the most dramatic change came in a ballroom that had been painted a fleshy pink for years.
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FLESHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fleshy for English Language Learners
: having a large amount of flesh
: soft and thick
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