[flesh-ee] /ˈflɛʃ i/
adjective, fleshier, fleshiest.
having much ; plump; fat.
consisting of or resembling .
Botany. consisting of fleshlike substance; pulpy, as a fruit; thick and tender, as a succulent leaf.
adjective fleshier, fleshiest
related to or resembling flesh
(botany) (of some fruits, leaves, etc) thick and pulpy
“plump,” mid-14c., from flesh (n.) + -y (2). Related: Fleshiness.
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[flech] /flɛtʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to provide (an arrow) with a feather. /flɛtʃ/ verb 1. another word for fledge (sense 2) v. mid-17c., variant of fledge (v.); also see fletcher. Related: Fletched; fletching.
[flech-er] /ˈflɛtʃ ər/ noun 1. a person who makes arrows. [flech-er] /ˈflɛtʃ ər/ noun 1. John, 1579–1625, English dramatist: collaborated with Francis Beaumont 1606?–16; with Philip Massinger 1613–25. 2. John Gould, 1886–1950, U.S. poet. 3. a male given name. /ˈflɛtʃə/ noun 1. a person who makes arrows /ˈflɛtʃə/ noun 1. John. 1579–1625, English Jacobean dramatist, […]
[flech-uh-riz-uh m] /ˈflɛtʃ əˌrɪz əm/ noun 1. the practice of chewing food until it is reduced to a finely divided, liquefied mass: advocated by Horace Fletcher, 1849–1919, U.S. nutritionist. /ˈflɛtʃəˌrɪzəm/ noun 1. the practice of chewing food thoroughly and drinking liquids in small sips to aid digestion