fleshy

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الإنجليزية - التركية
etli

Böğürtlenler etli meyvelerdir. - Berries are fleshy fruits.

Onun kulak memeleri büyük ve etliydi. - His earlobes were large and fleshy.

şişmanca
balıketi
balık eti
özlü
(Sanat) beşli
et gibi
toplu
hafif toplu
{s} tombul
{s} semiz
{s} kilolu
{s} şişman
{s} kemiksiz
fleshy fruit
etli meyve
fleshy leaf
etli yaprak
become fleshy
şişmanla
fleshiness
etlilik
become fleshy
sismanla
fleshiness
şişmanlık
fleshiness
tombulluk
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Of, related to, or resembling flesh

ver reefs and banks of shining rock, a bristling beard of spiky and fleshy vegetation was straining into view.

Having considerable flesh

It's hard to imagine why Flemish Renaissance artist Peter Paul Rubens would paint a blemish on the backside of one of the fleshy lovelies meant to represent beauty, charm and good cheer, but there's no denying that single red brushstroke in the midst of his central figure's creamy skin.

{a} full of flesh, plump, fat, large, jucy
Human
usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it of or relating to or resembling flesh
Composed of firm pulp; succulent; as, the houseleek, cactus, and agave are fleshy plants
Full of, or composed of, flesh; plump; corpulent; fat; gross
Soft and smooth in texture, with very little tannin, yet with a chewy consistency
{s} fleshlike; full of flesh; meaty; fat
Fleshy parts of the body or fleshy plants are thick and soft. fleshy fruits like apples, plums, pears, peaches
If you describe someone as fleshy, you mean that they are slightly too fat. He was well-built, but too fleshy to be impressive
Used to describe full, oily, rich wines of substance which produce a sensation of thick body on the palate
Refers to both body and texture A fleshy wine tastes fatter than a meaty wine, exhibiting some excess oiliness if too pronounced Often suggests great smoothness and richness
Fatness of fruit; big, ripe
Soft and smooth in texture, with very little tannin
of or relating to or resembling flesh
No ribs visible and there is a definite rounded appearance through the back and loin
usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it
Having a lot of flesh, especially in ones face. Antonymous to bony. "Fleshy" is not considered pejorative (as fat for example) and is normally used on men
carnous
sarcoid
fleshy fruit
A fruit, such as the grape, cucumber, or cherry, that has a soft and pulpy wall
fleshiness
The state or characteristic of being fleshy

he fleshiness of the chin, and the jovial redundancy of the cheeks, were, in their turn, utterly at variance with the character of the pale, noble forehead, and the expression of the quick, intelligent eyes.

fleshiness
{n} plumpness, fatness, fleekness
fleshiness
more than average fatness
fleshiness
The state of being fleshy; plumpness; corpulence; grossness
fleshiness
{i} meatiness; fatness, obesity, corpulence
fleshy
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