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Definition of "fleshing" []

  • Present participle of flesh. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fleshing" in a sentence
  • "Judge also gets no assist in fleshing out supporting characters from Beth Grant (the annoying P.E. teacher from “Donnie Darko”) and T.J. Miller (the annoying cameraman Hud from “Cloverfield”), who make their annoying factory workers embarrassingly one note."
  • "For Kirby, especially when did his own writing, the characters were simply another facet of the tale and he was less interested in fleshing out their particular character traits as he was with using these people to carry forward the overall story."
  • "I was fascinated by Finn gruesome though it is and I think that the author did a remarkable job in fleshing out Pap's character ... horrible a man as he was, he seemed real to me."
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