anatomy (n.) Old form(s): Anatomie
body, skeleton, skin and bones
CE V.i.239[Antipholus of Ephesus to Duke, of Pinch] A mere anatomy, a mountebank
KJ III.iv.40[Constance to King Philip] with a passion would I ... rouse from sleep that fell anatomy / Which cannot hear a lady's feeble voice
TNK V.i.115[Palamon praying to Venus, of an old man] This anatomy / Had by his young fair fere a boy

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