In one specimen I noticed a carneous degeneration, but this is really no reflection on Mr. Flannery personally.
Remarks Bill Nye
A Sucket is made in like manner of the carneous substance of stalks of Lettice.
The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened Kenelm Digby
If it is carneous, we touch it with the thumb and middle finger.
Delsarte System of Oratory Various
There is a total absence of that firm, fresh, carneous look which so distinctively characterises the flesh in a state of health.
Parasites T. Spencer Cobbold
carny. a person employed by a carnival. carnival (def 1). of or relating to carnivals: carny slang. Contemporary Examples “The president feels, we feel at the White House, this is a distraction,” carney said when asked about Weiner. White House: Weiner Is a ‘Distraction’ The Daily Beast June 12, 2011 carney did say that some […]
a mountain range in S Austria and N Italy, part of the E Alps. Highest peak, Kellerwand, 9217 feet (2809 meters).
a person employed by a carnival. carnival (def 1). of or relating to carnivals: carny slang. Contemporary Examples The freaks are cooking the books, and the carny world turns into a funhouse mirror of the allegedly real one. The Most Underrated Novels I’ve Edited Daniel Menaker November 18, 2013 A Florida native, Russell ably captures […]
the conversion of tissue into flesh or a fleshlike substance, as of lung tissue into fibrous tissue as a result of pneumonia.