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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLESHINESS

It is the same in the toes, and it will be more perceptible in proportion to their fleshiness.

In color he is similar to an American Indian, and is inclined to fleshiness.

Aw, cut it out, pleaded Bob, who was sensitive about his fleshiness.

Tky again does not put so much stress on the fleshiness of limbs and face as does Kyto.

This parallel shading gives a great beauty of 101surface and fleshiness to a drawing.

The work of Henner in France is an extreme instance of the quality of softness and fleshiness got by painting across the form.

A fleshiness ill-placed, in other words, a pear-shaped stomach, altered the once elegant proportions of the ex-young man.

A lamp hung above him, and his light white clothing displayed the fleshiness of his big, loosely-hung frame.

Generally speaking phlegmatic persons are inclined to fleshiness.

She must carefully consider each detail of her dress, making sure that it does not in any way accentuate her fleshiness.

WORD ORIGIN

"plump," mid-14c., from flesh (n.) + -y (2). Related: Fleshiness.

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