Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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flesh fly any of various flies that deposit their eggs or larvae in dead or living animal flesh.
flesh wound a wound that does not damage vital organs or bones.
flesh-colored having the color of human skin, often a Caucasian's skin.
goose flesh a temporary, roughened condition of the skin in which the papillae become erect as a result of fear, surprise, cold, or the like; goose bumps; goose pimples.
in the flesh alive and present in person.
proud flesh see granulation tissue.