from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Without flesh, lacking flesh.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of flesh; lean.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of flesh; wanting in flesh; lean.
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Someday they, too, may return to wreathe the fleshless grin of this country, the nexus of their souls.
The simple silver band had slipped down the fleshless digit to rest against the knuckle joint.
The Korean edition shows a simple smooth form, a human line that you can follow form the thigh up the hip. but if you look, the "allegedly" edited US version presents a form that cuts in in an altogether unnatural place, where not even a fleshless skeleton would indent.
Above you, a seagull picks at the near fleshless skull of a Hasidic Jew—small pieces of flesh and beard and two curly sideburns are all that remain.
She hunched her fleshless shoulders and pointed her Heidelberg spoon toward the ceiling.
The perfect, bloodless, fleshless Jesus we insist upon and cling to today is a myth.
Once the fans shatter his fleshless skull with a sledgehammer, I don't think anyone will even THINK about publishing a negative review for this film.
Against the shadow of the doorway, his skin was almost translucently white, and his eyes bulged out of a horrific visage, a death-mask of hollow cheeks and taut, fleshless lips.
Alma could hardly bear to look at them: They were eyeless, fleshless, murderous; they seemed engineered only to tear one another apart.
Oh the fleshless stare, Oh the windy hair, On the wold, the wold, the wold!