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
A number of theropod teeth were found around the site, and at least two were embedded in what were the ceratopsian’s fleshy areas, one in the throat and one near the pelvis.
Most catfish do have poisonous spines on their body, but the whiskers, while creepy-looking, are just harmless, fleshy appendages.
The latter dish boasted a different texture than fresh fruit, fleshy versus stringy, and was accompanied by a finger dish of chili salt for dipping.
Susannah Simpson, an artist and writer, looks plucked out of a renaissance painting with her frothy head of strawberry blond curls, and greets me with a fleshy hug.
But video games are just as susceptible to the fickle tastes and short memories of the fleshy humans that buy them as films, fashion, and TV shows.
BURTON, Ohio -- The elemental alchemy that turns raw meat and smoke into something truly divine can drive even the most peaceful of diners into a carnal embrace of fleshy delights.
Pterygium, for instance, is a growth of fleshy tissue that can cover part of the cornea and hurt your vision.
These adaptations include thick fleshy stems or leaves or roots that store water.
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First Known Use of fleshy
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Definition of fleshy for English Language Learners
: having a large amount of flesh
: soft and thick
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