flesh

Flesh vs Organ - What's the difference?

flesh | organ |


As nouns the difference between flesh and organ

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while organ is organ.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

Flesh vs Maneating - What's the difference?

flesh | maneating |


As nouns the difference between flesh and maneating

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while maneating is the consumption of human flesh by animals.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

As an adjective maneating is

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Flesh vs Trichinoscope - What's the difference?

flesh | trichinoscope |


As nouns the difference between flesh and trichinoscope

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while trichinoscope is an apparatus for the detection of trichinae in the flesh of animals.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

Flesh vs Mydaleine - What's the difference?

flesh | mydaleine |


As nouns the difference between flesh and mydaleine

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while mydaleine is (chemistry) a ptomaine obtained from putrid flesh and herring brines.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

Flesh vs Carnification - What's the difference?

flesh | carnification |


As nouns the difference between flesh and carnification

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while carnification is the act or process of turning to flesh, or to a substance resembling flesh.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

Flesh vs Unflesh - What's the difference?

flesh | unflesh |


In lang=en terms the difference between flesh and unflesh

is that flesh is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh while unflesh is to strip of flesh; to reduce to a skeleton.

As verbs the difference between flesh and unflesh

is that flesh is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh while unflesh is to strip of flesh; to reduce to a skeleton.

As a noun flesh

is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat.

Flesh vs Anthropophaginian - What's the difference?

flesh | anthropophaginian |


As nouns the difference between flesh and anthropophaginian

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while anthropophaginian is (nonce|humorous) one who eats human flesh.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

Flesh vs Unfleshly - What's the difference?

flesh | unfleshly |


As a noun flesh

is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

As an adjective unfleshly is

not pertaining to the flesh; spiritual.

Flesh vs Fleshhood - What's the difference?

flesh | fleshhood |


As nouns the difference between flesh and fleshhood

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while fleshhood is the state or condition of having a form of flesh; incarnation.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

Flesh vs Fleshmonger - What's the difference?

flesh | fleshmonger |


As nouns the difference between flesh and fleshmonger

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while fleshmonger is (archaic) one who deals in flesh; hence, a pimp, procurer, or pander.

As a verb flesh

is to bury (something, especially a weapon) in flesh.

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