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  • adj. Having no flesh

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not fleshed; not seasoned to blood; untried: as, an unfleshed hound; unfleshed valor.


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un- +‎ fleshed


  • Most importantly, I have given myself permission to write a first draft, to have inconsistencies, unfleshed themes and unresolved issues, trusting that I can fix all of this later.

    INTERVIEW: M Rickert

  • It is but repenting and mortifying for all at once; for I am sure of victory, as I am that I now live, let him be ever so skillful a swordsman; since, besides that I am no unfleshed novice, this is a sport that, when provoked to it, I love as well as my food.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • A sponge may be so held as to remind one of the unfleshed face of the skeleton, and the meat of an

    The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing A Manual of Ready Reference

  • The unfleshed backbone and withers stood up painfully and she counted the ribs one by one.


  • It was as though time had been annihilated for me; so that a year was no more to my unfleshed spirit, than is a moment to an earth-bound soul.

    The House on the Borderland: Chapter 14

  • I have thirteen arrows yet, and if one of them fly unfleshed, then, by the twang of string!

    The White Company

  • Probably she had learned through unpleasant hushed-up experiences, through seeing skeletons unfleshed by Peter stalk into the family cupboard.

    Winnie Childs The Shop Girl

  • The creature has a companion, sometimes, in an unfleshed skeleton that trudges about the ash and clay and haunts the camps in a search for music.

    Myths and Legends of Our Own Land — Volume 06 : Central States and Great Lakes

  • He longed for the coming of the day when he could commune in solitude with the unfleshed and immortal.

    Not Pretty, but Precious

  • Nobody asks our naked little souls beforehand whether they would prefer to be born into the game or to remain, unfleshed, in the limbo of non-existence.

    Post-Prandial Philosophy


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