carcasses[ kahr-kuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF carcasses
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARCASSES
Sitting on one of the carcasses, a lepero, muffled up, smoked a cigarette.
My salesman was instructed to inspect the carcasses after they were slaughtered, and to report.
It was no small job to skin the carcasses and prepare the meat.
He could see that it was not the same set that were always on the carcasses of the aïs.
Guano is also manufactured in Norway from the carcasses of whales.
Hundreds of carcasses of animals of various kinds are also in the river.
They fatten off the 15 carcasses of others—yours and mine and their own brothers.
When near the carcasses he had growled morosely, and shown his teeth.
The population was returning to their homes, burying the carcasses in the fields.
They could be killed, but the people could only dispose of so many tons of carcasses.