ETYM Old Eng. flesch, flesc, AS. flesc.
The soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat.
1. To initiate or habituate especially by giving a foretaste
2. To clothe or cover with or as if with flesh; broadly; to give substance to — usually used with out
3. To make fuller or more nearly complete — used with out
4. To free from flesh
5. To become fleshy — often used with up or out