Definition of Fleshily

1. fleshy [adv] - See also: fleshy



Lexicographical Neighbors of Fleshily

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

Literary usage of Fleshily

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1905)
"It passes over to the anterior surface of the ulna, and is there inserted fleshily for fully two thirds the length of that bone. 8. ..."

2. A sketch of the principal families of plants, explanatory of A tabular view by Arthur Henfrey (1855)
"a group of minute drupes or acini on a common receptacle (Raspberry, Blackberry), a fleshily enlarged receptacle bearing dry achenes (Strawberry), ..."

3. Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow (2006)
"He was grinning fleshily, his hair damp with sweat and curled with the humidity'. He opened his mouth, and George's voice emerged. ..."

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