Definition of Fleshiness

1. Noun. More than average fatness.

Exact synonyms: Corpulency, Obesity
Generic synonyms: Avoirdupois, Blubber, Fat, Fatness
Specialized synonyms: Adiposis, Corpulence, Overweight, Stoutness, Exogenous Obesity, Embonpoint, Plumpness, Roundness
Derivative terms: Fleshy, Obese



Definition of Fleshiness

1. n. The state of being fleshy; plumpness; corpulence; grossness.

Definition of Fleshiness

1. Noun. The state or characteristic of being fleshy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fleshiness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fleshiness

fleshcolored
fleshcoloured
fleshed
fleshed out
fleshers
fleshes
fleshflies
fleshfly
fleshhood
fleshhook
fleshhooks
fleshier
fleshiest
fleshily
fleshiness (current term)
fleshinesses
fleshing
fleshings
fleshless
fleshlessness
fleshlier
fleshliest
fleshlike
fleshliness
fleshloaf
fleshloaves
fleshmeat
fleshmeats

Literary usage of Fleshiness

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1. The Practical French Teacher, Or, A New Method of Learning to Read, Write by Norman Pinney (1849)
"Is not that young lady's chin long, and has she not too much fleshiness ? ... Has not your cook too much fleshiness ? My cook has too much, and my servant ..."

2. Proceedings of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1868)
"Transverse librcs of the panniculus, and the muscle «, also contribute to the fleshiness of the part. Other muscles of this region could not be dissected ..."

3. Bulletin by United States, United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Office of Experiment Stations (1905)
"... on the high Algerian plate* Used, as in Tunis, by the Jewesses to induce an excessive fleshiness, which is tl fashion among them. ..."

4. Enquiry Into Plants and Minor Works on Odours and Weather Signs by Theophrastus (1916)
"The ' fruiting ' 2 ones are in general scarcer, for 3 the ' entire rush ' is more useful for wicker-work because of its fleshiness and pliancy. ..."

5. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1885)
"Stuart has given a plumpness, or fleshiness, rounded off on the models of the Academy. Washington was never fleshy, as witness his weight. ..."

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