Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of fleshpot.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "You know very well that the term 'fleshpots' referred to what was _in_ the pots, not to the pots themselves."

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  • The league claimed with fury that true Irish dancing was never “vulgar,” that it was “superior in grace, science, modesty, life and mental effects,” and that any dance resembling “the fleshpots of Egypt” was “alien” to the Irish people.

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  • And the conservatives, a hard bunch to please when it comes to galas in the fleshpots of Ottawa, are handing the man full marks.

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  • Endless networking across the digital fleshpots of London (and Texas)?

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  • The fires were lighted and the fleshpots slung, and he took of it all and called it good.

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  • It's too much, in particular, for Angelenos of a certain age who think of the Dodgers as an improbably gentlemanly organisation in a town of Babylonian fleshpots and entertainment industry debauchery.

    Baseball fans' dreams fade as saga of Dodgers owner's high life comes to court

  • While the usual fleshpots are lit up with tweets and shared snapshots – New York, London, Tokyo, Beijing – 95% of the globe is shrouded in blissful, internet-free darkness.

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  • Laughing to himself, the barbarian rode north, thinking that it had been a while since he'd visited the fleshpots of Ophir …

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • “You know, I went to a fair number of wild parties at East Coast fleshpots in my chequered youth,” I said to him.

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  • She also owned a beautiful house in Grez-sur-Loing, a peaceful village to the south of Paris which he found ideal for composing – and also near to the fleshpots of the big city.

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