fleshment

Wikidiffcom vs Fleshment - What's the difference?

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As a noun fleshment is

(obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

Fleshmeet vs Fleshment - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between fleshmeet and fleshment

is that fleshmeet is an in-person meeting, particularly between people whose regular communication is exclusively or primarily online while fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

Fleshment vs Fleshmeat - What's the difference?

fleshment | fleshmeat |


As nouns the difference between fleshment and fleshmeat

is that fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning while fleshmeat is the flesh of animals prepared or used for food.

Freshment vs Fleshment - What's the difference?

freshment | fleshment |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between freshment and fleshment

is that freshment is (obsolete) freshment while fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

As nouns the difference between freshment and fleshment

is that freshment is (obsolete) freshment while fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

Excitement vs Fleshment - What's the difference?

excitement | fleshment |


As nouns the difference between excitement and fleshment

is that excitement is (uncountable) the state of being excited (emotionally aroused) while fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

Flesh vs Fleshment - What's the difference?

flesh | fleshment |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between flesh and fleshment

is that flesh is (obsolete) to inure or habituate someone (in) or (to) a given practice while fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

As nouns the difference between flesh and fleshment

is that flesh is the soft tissue of the body, especially muscle and fat while fleshment is (obsolete) the act of fleshing, or the excitement attending a successful beginning.

As a verb flesh

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