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fleshed

[ flesht ]
/ flɛʃt /
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adjective

having flesh, especially of a specified type (usually used in combination): dark-fleshed game birds.

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Origin of fleshed

late Middle English word dating back to 1375–1425; see origin at flesh, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM fleshed

o·ver·fleshed, adjectiveun·fleshed, adjective
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