sarcous

sarcous

[sahr-kuhs]
adjective
consisting of or pertaining to flesh or skeletal muscle.

Origin:
1830–40; sarc- + -ous

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sarcous (ˈsɑːkəs)
 
adj
(of tissue) muscular or fleshy
 
[C19: from Greek sarx flesh]

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sarcous sar·cous (sär'kəs)
adj.
Of, relating to, or consisting of flesh or muscle tissue.

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