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carcass

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
carcasscar‧cass /ˈkɑːkəs $ ˈkɑːr-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 HBAthe body of a dead animal2 DESTROYthe decaying outer structure of a building, vehicle, or other object
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carcassIt's probably the dismembered carcass of some old shed.Chop pheasant carcass into 6 pieces, add to stockpot, and brown lightly.Remove pheasant carcass and pull off any meat; discard skin and bones.The ferry's carcass lies 220 feet underwater, on the floor of the Baltic Sea.He was deceitful, not telling his parents, for instance, that he got honey from the carcass of a lion.The fore part of the carcass provides the picnic shoulder and the Boston butt.The remains of the carcass are placed in a press 99 where the juices are extracted.It was the carcass of a brown animal.The 70 ton carcass was later cut into pieces and buried.
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