- n. the body of an adult man
“Vainly Daylight staggered and stumbled and fell and crept through the snow that was wet with thaw, or across it when the night's frost still crusted it beyond the weight of a man, searching for one more squirrel, striving to achieve one more transmutation of furry leap and scolding chatter into the lifts and tugs of a man's body that would hoist the boat over the rim of shore-ice and slide it down into the stream.”
“Their offspring was the Minotaur, a being with a man's body and a bull's head, who fed on human flesh.”
“Consequently, we are rather led to the conclusion that Noah began to cultivate a plant of whose cultivation, and uses he had previously known, Nor should we regard wine as a gift of God, given to refresh, the soul (nephesh) of man, even as animal food was to help invigorate man's body (Vilmar).”
“A man's body and his mind are like a jerkin, and a jerkin's lining; rumple the one, you rumple the other.”
“Their offspring was the Minotaur, a being with a man's body and bull's head, who fed on human flesh.”
“This town is situated on a large river called in Balu, Za-li-bu; and in Mendi, Kal-wa-ra: fish are caught in this river as large as a man's body -- they are caught in nets and sometimes shot with guns.”
A history of the Amistad captives : being a circumstantial account of the capture of the Spanish schooner Amistad, by the Africans on board; their voyage, and capture near Long Island, New York : with biographical sketches of each of the surviving Africans; also, an account of the trials had on their case, before the district and circuit courts of the United States, for the District of Connecticut
“In De victu man's body is said to be a copy of the world-whole, the stomach being compared with the sea and so on.”
“Sebell thought he could almost feel the pulsing of pain through the man's body as he screamed out Deckter's name, thinking he had chosen to displease the men who had so tormented him.”
“ The white man's body was carried away by the victor’s friends.”
“What Flinx had felt moving slightly beneath the first man's body armor were bunched strands of haustorium.”
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