Definition of Fleshlier

1. fleshly [adj] - See also: fleshly



Lexicographical Neighbors of Fleshlier

fleshes
fleshflies
fleshfly
fleshhood
fleshhook
fleshhooks
fleshier
fleshiest
fleshily
fleshiness
fleshinesses
fleshing
fleshings
fleshless
fleshlessness
fleshlier (current term)
fleshliest
fleshlike
fleshliness
fleshloaf
fleshloaves
fleshmeat
fleshmeats
fleshmeet
fleshmeets
fleshment
fleshments
fleshmonger
fleshmongers

Literary usage of Fleshlier

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

1. World Literature and Its Place in General Culture by Richard Green Moulton (1911)
"... transcendental rapture; a rapture not inconsistent with a fleshlier ecstasy as he thinks of the” poor monkey “moping in her solitary home. ..."

2. The Fleshly School of Poetry, and Other Phenomena of the Day by Robert Williams Buchanan (1872)
"This time my prize is from " Troy Town;" but, before I quote, let me once more premise that the poem as a whole is fleshlier and sillier than any extract. ..."

3. To-day: The Monthly Magazine of Scientific Socialism edited by Ernest Belfort Bax, James Leigh Joynes, F. Bland, Hubert Bland (1883)
"... and the only incarnation they believe in is that of their verses, which are fleshlier even than the flesh-pots of Egypt." " What curious people ! ..."

4. Mineral Requirements for Military Personnel: Levels Needed for Cognitive and by Food and Nutrition Board, Committee on Military Nutrition Research, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (2006)
"... Physical Activity and Psychological Stress on Immune Function Monika fleshlier, University of Colorado, Boulder 1:25 Mineral Metabolism during Infection ..."

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