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Synonyms for flesh

meat

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physical nature

pulp

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  • pulp
  • soft part
  • fleshy part

flesh something out

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put flesh on something

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your own flesh and blood

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Synonyms for flesh

the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat

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a soft moist part of a fruit

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remove adhering flesh from (hides) when preparing leather manufacture

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By mid-decade, a third trajectory had emerged which builds upon while resisting a number of the solutions favored by classic feminist theologians, and by the scholars of "women's flesh and blood experience.
The strange thing is that one of the accomplices who I consider to be flesh and blood had spent 18 years in the UK with a degree in immunology and herbal medicine and had added an honourable title of 'Doctor' to his name
My wife is reading this over my shoulder, and SHE says no flesh and blood woman, single or divorced would want to marry him.
Both of these perspectives, these kinds of outwardness, are human--the external word, the worldly life, the neighbor with flesh and blood.
Jesus gave us the Eucharist, His own flesh and blood, so that we could be physically and mystically united with Him.
Flesh and blood stories to add to those old pictures in the family photo album 50 years from now.
We sacrifice our flesh and blood for the other's good.
The surrogates care for the babies as if they were their own flesh and blood, although elands don't share bongos' chestnut brown coloring, says Dresser.
The new covenant will not include rituals or sacrifices; the LORD will put it in our human flesh and blood, will write it directly on the hearts of the people.
That's why the elements still taste and look like bread and wine rather than flesh and blood.
We do not consume the eucharistic bread and wine as if it were ordinary food and drink, for we have been taught that as Jesus Christ our Saviour became a man of flesh and blood by the power of the Word of God, so also the food that our flesh and blood assimilates for its nourishment becomes the flesh and blood of the incarnate Jesus by the power of his own words in the prayer of thanksgiving.
Patriotism and democracy aren't concepts in a school book anymore - they're flesh and blood.
According to the newspaper, the Kalina Forensic Laboratory report on 16 August states that human flesh and blood stains confirm signs of struggle before her death.
When she was on the ground I didn't want sex any more but only flesh and blood.
I don't know what it would be like to be brought up by my real parents, but the couple that adopted us brought us up in a manner in which they didn't even think whether we were their own flesh and blood.