Definition of flesh:

part of speech: verb

To train to an appetite for flesh, as dogs for hunting; to accustom; to glut; to use upon flesh, as a sword, esp. for the first time.

part of speech: verb

To accustom to flesh; use upon flesh.

part of speech: noun

Soft solids of animal bodies; the body; animal nature; mankind; soft substance of fruits.

part of speech: noun

That part of an animal body beneath the skin, composed of soft muscular tissue; animal food; pulp of fruit, etc.; the body: opposite to soul; human nature or race; present life; kindred.

part of speech: noun

The soft substance which covers the bones of animals; animal food; the bodies of beasts and birds, not fish; the body, not the soul; animals or animal nature; mankind; bodily appetites; the present life; the soft substance of fruit; the part of a fruit fit to be eaten.

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