Carcass ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Carcass ( noun )

  1. The dead body of an animal, especially one that is butchered for meat.
  2. The remains of a dead animal, especially when stripped of flesh.

Origin:

The word carcass comes from the latin word caro, which means "flesh".

Examples:

  1. The hunters brought back the carcass of a deer.
  2. The lions had left the carcass of an antelope.
  3. The butcher was cutting up the carcass of a cow.
  4. The vultures were circling the carcass of a sheep.
  5. The carcass of the fish was thrown back into the sea.

(As a verb)

Carcass ( verb )

  1. The dead body of an animal, especially one that is butchered for meat.
  2. The remains of a dead animal, especially when stripped of flesh.

Origin:

The word carcass comes from the latin word caro, which means "flesh".

Examples:

  1. The hunters brought back the carcass of a deer.
  2. The lions had left the carcass of an antelope.
  3. The butcher was cutting up the carcass of a cow.
  4. The vultures were circling the carcass of a sheep.
  5. The carcass of the fish was thrown back into the sea.
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