Fleshiness vs Carnosity - What's the difference?

fleshiness | carnosity |


As nouns the difference between fleshiness and carnosity

is that fleshiness is the state or characteristic of being fleshy while carnosity is (uncountable) fleshiness.

fleshiness

English

Noun

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  • The state or characteristic of being fleshy.
  • * 1850 , , Antonina , ch. 2:
  • [T]he fleshiness of the chin, and the jovial redundancy of the cheeks, were, in their turn, utterly at variance with the character of the pale, noble forehead, and the expression of the quick, intelligent eyes.
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  • Synonyms

    * pudginess

    carnosity

    English

    Noun

  • (uncountable) fleshiness
  • (countable) A fleshy excrescence or caruncle.