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apple a firm, round fruit with juicy white flesh and red, green, or yellow skin. [1/2 definitions]
cannibal a person who eats human flesh.
cantaloupe a round melon with a hard, rough skin and orange flesh.
carnivore an animal that eats the flesh of other animals.
carnivorous eating the flesh of animals.
coconut the seed of the coconut tree, which contains hard flesh and milky liquid that can be used for food. [1/2 definitions]
cucumber a long fruit shaped like a cylinder with hard green skin and white flesh. Cucumbers are grown as food and are eaten raw.
fat having a lot of extra flesh that is not muscle; plump; overweight. [1/4 definitions]
fleshy having a lot of flesh or fat.
fruit the part of a plant that has seeds and flesh, such as apple or strawberry. Most fruits are sweet and can be eaten raw.
goose flesh roughness of the skin that looks like the skin of a plucked goose. Goose flesh lasts only for a short while and is caused by cold or fear.
gum2 (often plural) the flesh inside the mouth around the base of the teeth.
honeydew melon a melon with a smooth rind that is light green in color and that has sweet, green flesh.
hump a rounded lump of flesh, as is found on the back of a camel.
jowl2 skin or flesh that hangs down from the lower jaw.
kiwi a small oval fruit that is good to eat. Kiwis have brown skin and green flesh. [1/2 definitions]
lip either of the upper or lower edges of flesh that circle the mouth and are used in speech. [1/3 definitions]
lobster the flesh of the lobster eaten as food. [1/2 definitions]
mandarin a small, somewhat flattened citrus fruit with a loose skin and flesh of yellow to reddish orange; mandarin orange. [1/3 definitions]
meat the flesh of animals when used as food. [1/3 definitions]
melon a fruit that grows on vines and has a hard outer layer and thick, juicy flesh.