of or relating to flesh; fleshy.
Car′nal-mind′ed, worldly-minded; Car′neous, carnose′, fleshy: of or like flesh.
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Lazare Nicolas Marguerite [la-zar nee-kaw-lah mar-guh-reet] /laˈzar ni kɔˈlɑ mar gəˈrit/ (Show IPA), 1753–1823, French general and statesman. (Marie François) Sadi [muh-ree fran-swah sad-ee;; French ma-ree frahn-swa sa-dee] /məˈri frænˈswɑ ˈsæd i;; French maˈri frɑ̃ˈswa saˈdi/ (Show IPA), 1837–94, French statesman: president of the Republic 1887–94. Nicolas Léonard Sadi [nik-uh-luh s len-erd sad-ee;; French nee-kaw-lah […]
carnose. Historical Examples For one sufficeth unto generation, as hath been observed in semicastration, and oft times in carnous ruptures. The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 2 of 3) Thomas Browne
merry-go-round (def 1). a continuously revolving belt, track or other device on which items are placed for later retrieval: a baggage carousel at an airport. a circular tray in which photographic transparencies are held on a projector and from which they are lowered through slots for projection as the tray is rotated. Contemporary Examples Walentas […]
any of the bones of the wrist. Historical Examples The second metacarpal in the specimen examined and figured articulates partly with carpale 2, partly with carpale 3. The Vertebrate Skeleton Sidney H. Reynolds