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flesh and blood

noun as in offspring or relatives

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That even in 2014—the era of EDM and “selfie pop”—a small, live, flesh-and-blood band could still be (and have) so much fun.

However, she soon discovers that Linda is a mentally unstable woman who believes a baby doll is a flesh-and-blood child.

It's also a lot easier to find another job if you have flesh-and-blood friends in the industry.

By excluding business income taxes, our picture is more narrowly focused on flesh-and-blood people.

His challenge to use this week to cast the race as between two flesh-and-blood men, not the apparition of 2008.

Meanwhile her flesh-and-blood child had to fight her battles with the landlord and tradesmen.

The sort of woman who has any amount of large and handsome flesh-and-blood children, and lives to have them, thrives on them.

Even when a child I used to hear so much about it that I thought it was a veritable flesh-and-blood wolf.

To his eyes, still working on flesh-and-blood standards, she was anything but good-looking.

A flesh-and-blood machine, trying to outmale men, frustrated and unhappy without knowing it and all the more bitter for that.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flesh-and-blood, such as: body, and substance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.