adjective, flesh·li·er, flesh·li·est.
of or pertaining to the flesh or body; bodily, corporeal, or physical.
carnal; sensual: fleshly pleasures.
worldly, rather than spiritual.
having a sensuous quality: the fleshly poetry of the 17th century.
Obsolete. having much flesh; fleshy.
Origin: before 900; Middle English; Old English flǣsclic. Related forms
Can be confused: fleshly, fleshy
is always a great word to know.
So is doohickey. Does it mean: