fleshment

[ flesh-muh nt ]
/ ˈflɛʃ mənt /

noun Obsolete.

the state of being stimulated, as by a successful first attempt at something.

Nearby words

  1. fleshed,
  2. flesher,
  3. fleshhook,
  4. fleshings,
  5. fleshly,
  6. fleshpot,
  7. fleshpots,
  8. fleshy,
  9. fletc,
  10. fletch

Origin of fleshment

1595–1605; flesh + -ment, where flesh refers to the practice of feeding raw flesh to a hunting animal to make it more eager for the chase

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