Or you can mount a flayed rabbit to hang in your living room while a chef turns its innards into a nose-to-tail feast.
In the central panel, Sen. Elizabeth Warren whispers into the ear of the Pope as Mitt Romney and hedge fund managers are flayed.
In half an hour it came out, flayed and roasted, black oily skin peeled from both sides.
Look, when I left Brothers and Sisters, I felt as if I were flayed alive.
Tecuhltli was dead, flayed alive by the maddened Xotalancas who had captured him.
A sensitive European, travelling there, feels at once starved and flayed.
Then, by thunder, you white-livered beachcomber, a rope will touch you till you're flayed.
To strip the fat off a flayed seal, or the blubber from a whale.
Older men resigned that ambition could be flayed by a yard-stick; young men still impatient of their clerkship.
When the king saw this, he had him flayed, and the skin dressed.
Old English flean "to skin" (strong verb, past tense flog, past participle flagen), from Proto-Germanic *flakhanan (cf. Middle Dutch vlaen, Old High German flahan, Old Norse fla), from PIE root *plak- (2) "to hit" (cf. Greek plessein "to strike," Lithuanian plešiu "to tear;" see plague (n.)). Related: Flayed; flaying.