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1918, Fannie Farmer, ''Cooking-School Cook Book/Chapter 17|Boston Cooking-School Cook Book'', Chapter XVII: Poultry and Game:
- The flesh of chicken, fowl, and turkey has much shorter fibre than that of ruminating animals, and is not intermingled with fat,—the fat always being found in layers directly under the skin, and surrounding the intestines.
The skin of a human or animal.
(RQ:Tyndale Pentateuch) Moreouer yf a ſoule twych any vnclene thinge, whether it be the vnclenneſſe of man or of any vnclene beeſt or any abhominacion that is vnclene: ãd thẽ eate of the fleſh of the peaceoffrynges whiche pertayne vnto the Lord, that ſoule ſhall periſſh from his people.
2018, Raj Patel and Jason W Moore, ''How the chicken nugget became the true symbol of our era'' in ''The Guardian'', 8 May
- Chicken is already the most popular meat in the US, and is projected to be the planet’s favourite flesh by 2020.
The human body as a physical entity.
1929 January, Bassett Morgan (Jones|Grace Jones), ''Fantasy Reader/Issue 10/Bimini|Bimini'', first published in ''(w)'', reprinted 1949, in ''Fantasy Reader/Issue 10|Avon Fantasy Reader, Issue 10'',
- But death had no gift for me, no power to free me from flesh.
The evil and corrupting principle working in man.
2003, Diana Beresford-Kroeger, ''Arboretum America: A Philosophy of the Forest'', page 81,
- The flesh of black walnuts was a protein-packed winter food carefully hoarded in tall, stilted buildings.
Tenderness of feeling; gentleness.
- There is no flesh in man's obdurate heart.
Kindred; stock; race.
- He is our brother and our flesh.
(RQ:Smollett Peregrine Pickle).
To bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.
(RQ:Montaigne Florio Essayes)
To put flesh on; to fatten.
To remove the flesh from the skin during the making of leather.
meat, (l) for consumption