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- adj. Having flesh; corpulent
- adj. Having a specified form of flesh or body
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Corpulent; fat; having flesh.
- adj. Glutted; satiated; initiated.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He sees this as the most important part of the Clarke task force and wants the idea fleshed out over the next few months.
But the revolution in which O'Connell is engaged, although directed against the oppression of centuries, relies with just confidence upon the united moral energies of the people: a moral victory of reason over prejudice, of justice over oppression; the triumph of intellectual energy where the brute appeal to arms had miserably failed; the vindication of man's eternal rights, not by the sword fleshed in human hearts, but by weapons tempered in the armory of Heaven with truth and mercy and love.
Both candidates have now kind of fleshed out positions on that, and they're talking about things that are now relating to people's lives here at home.
The castle was basically a logical structure "fleshed" out with the sensory cues that allowed the warlocks to move about it as one would a physical structure.
Of course, after that, all question as to our calling in life was at an end, and the sooner we "fleshed" our pens before the world the better.
"It was one of the demos that Karen had and we kind of fleshed it out in LA ..."
"In the old days, when whaling-ships went on three and four year voyages they 'fleshed' the blubber at sea and boiled it down or 'tried it out,' as they called it, into oil.
Macho characters portrayed by Marlon Brando and James Dean were fleshed out with brazen working-class energies in their American T-shirts, until then seldom worn uncovered save by laborers.
Yet he admits dolefully that Shorty is looking fleshed-up.
I think this scene could be fleshed out a lot more.