They have only to be flayed, and their skins inflated, and they will readily give us a passage.
Then they flayed the monster, and the next morning the hide was shown to his majesty.
She lived amongst them, a passive victim, quivering in every nerve, as if she were flayed.
Their only clothing is a breechcloth and a short skirt of flayed bark.
No doubt they would have flayed me alive, have sold my skin, and devoured, etc.
A sensitive European, travelling there, feels at once starved and flayed.
To strip the fat off a flayed seal, or the blubber from a whale.
The disobedient were flayed alive or roasted over a slow fire.
I have no doubt that with a flayed individual it would be otherwise.
It would be right to have flayed him and to have made bags of his skin.