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Flesh is soft body tissue, especially muscle and fat.
Flesh may also refer to:
- The edible portion of a fruit or vegetable
- Flesh (mycology), the trama in mushrooms
- Flesh (theology), in Christianity, the word used as a metaphor to describe sinful tendencies
Arts and entertainment
- Flesh (novel), a 1960 science fiction book by Philip José Farmer
- Flesh (1968 film), a 1968 film directed by Paul Morrissey
- Flesh (1932 film), a 1932 film directed by John Ford
- Flesh (comics), a story in the comic 2000 AD
- Flesh (album), the second studio album by David Gray, initially released in September 1994
- Flesh (EP), a 2002 demo EP by Swiss Industrial metal band Apollyon Sun
- Flesh-n-Bone (born 1973), member of the American rap band Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
- The Flesh, a 1991 Italian film
- "Flesh" (Charlie Jade), an episode of the television series Charlie Jade
- "Flesh", a song by Aerosmith from Get a Grip
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