adjective, fleshier, fleshiest.
having much flesh; plump; fat.
consisting of or resembling flesh.
Botany. consisting of fleshlike substance; pulpy, as a fruit; thick and tender, as a succulent leaf.

1325–75; Middle English; see flesh, -y1

fleshily, adjective
fleshiness, noun

fleshly, fleshy.
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fleshy (ˈflɛʃɪ)
adj , fleshier, fleshiest
1.  fat; plump
2.  related to or resembling flesh
3.  botany (of some fruits, leaves, etc) thick and pulpy

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Word Origin & History

"plump," mid-14c., from flesh + -y (2).
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Example sentences
It's pink and fleshy-looking, as if it hasn't quite fully healed.
As these fleshy fruits ripen, their alcohol levels naturally increase.
In humans, the third eyelid has been reduced to a rudimentary fleshy bump in
  the inner corner of the eye.
And it is easy to extract fresh water from some larger, fleshy ones.
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