fleshed (adj.) Old form(s): flesh'd , flesht
well used to bloodshed, hardened
2H4 I.i.149[Northumberland to his nightcap] Thou art a guard too wanton for the head / Which princes, fleshed with conquest, aim to hit
H5 III.iii.11[King Henry to citizens of Harfleur] the fleshed soldier ... / In liberty of bloody hand shall range
R3 IV.iii.6[Tyrrel alone, of the Princes' killers] they were fleshed villains
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