- v. present participle of flense.
“Hence accidents in this kind of flensing are not uncommon.”
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“When we had got the baleen inboard, however, the more disagreeable work of "flensing" began.”
“Joe and Bonnie that's Food Editor Yonan and Deputy Food Editor Benwick to those keeping score wasted little time flensing the blubber off this beached whale of an Elimination Challenge.”
“Boss, without wanting to push the point, I was thinking more in terms of steam flensing … … on September 19, 2008 at 7: 49 pm | Reply Robert Peel's Originals”
“The men, covered from head to toe with green rubber, worked in silence as they ran the flensing knives through the blubber made yielding as butter by the razor sharpness of their implements.”
“I actually laughed out loud several times while reading this flensing.”
“I must express thanks for your use of the term “flensing” * in this context.”
“Think of the hours of fun she could have defoliating the neighborhood and flensing random passers-by.”
“It was a pleasure, I'll confess, to wake up this morning to the flensing of Mike Duffy for his disgraceful, boorish, unethical behaviour last night.”
“When a rorqual carcass is processed at a whaling station, the soft tissue of the throat is removed by flensing.”
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