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offspring or relatives:
one’s own flesh and blood.
the human body or nature:
more than flesh and blood can endure.
Human beings, especially with respect to their failings or weaknesses. For example, I can’t do everything—I’m only flesh and blood. [ c. 1600 ]
one’s own flesh and blood. One’s blood relatives, kin, as in She can’t cut her own flesh and blood out of her will. [ c. 1300 ]


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