Definitions

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  • v. to remove the flesh from

Etymologies

From de- +‎ flesh (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Squeeze the water from the pelts and deflesh very carefully the inside part of the skins.

    1. Slaughtering

  • While waiting for the mixed solution to cool off, deflesh your skins to be tanned.

    1. Slaughtering

  • The mayor's political ambitions should not serve as excuse to fleece, deflesh and grind the bones of the Vanderburgh County Citizenry.

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