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  • adj. superlative form of fleshy: most fleshy.

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Examples

  • In a mammal it might make sense for them to make their way into a bicep or a thigh, but in ants the fleshiest place is the head.

    Parasite Rex

  • Jace whipped his blades up and outward with an almost frightening speed; both sank into the fleshiest part of the demon, its abdomen.

    The Mortal Instruments: Book One: City of Bones

  • Levi near the brass cauldrons of the sanctuary, and every now and then plunging in a consecrated hook, and drawing out of the sea, of broth the fattest of heave-shoulders and the fleshiest of wave-breasts.

    The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte

  • At its worst, it feels like someone has pounded a strip of barbed wire into the fleshiest part of the knee.

    Billings Blog

  • All he did was bite my rear end, the fleshiest, least crucial, silliest part of my body.

    Waiting for Snow in Havana

  • His lips were red, and he had the biggest fleshiest face of anyone I've ever seen.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • So she reached over and pinched him with all the power of strong young fingers on the very fleshiest part of his arm.

    The Heart of Arethusa

  • The doctors, when they came to look him over, found the print of a perfect circle on the fleshiest part of his anatomy.

    The U-boat hunters

  • Officer-of-the-Guard rushed in two or three times in a vain attempt to save the would be deserter from the cruel hands that clutched him and bore him away to where he had a lesson in loyalty impressed upon the fleshiest part of his person by a long, flexible strip of pine wielded by very willing hands.

    Andersonville

  • The floor was made slippery by the wine which bedewed the boards, but before the encounter had lasted a minute there were other drops which added to the peril; for Denis's thin blade had passed along the fleshiest part of the English captain's ribs, and raging now with passion and pain as he felt the sting, he fought furiously, forcing

    The King's Esquires The Jewel of France

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