adjective (1)
un·​fleshed | \ "+\

Definition of unfleshed

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: not fleshed:
a : not incited to the hunt by the taste of flesh an unfleshed hound
b : not initiated : inexperienced an unfleshed novice


adjective (2)
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Definition of unfleshed (Entry 2 of 2)

: deprived of flesh an unfleshed skull

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History and Etymology for unfleshed

Adjective (1)

un- entry 1 + fleshed, past participle of flesh

Adjective (2)

un- entry 2 + flesh, noun + -ed

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