carrion (adj.)
lean as carrion, skeleton-like; or: putrefying
JC III.i.275[Antony alone, of Caesar's murder] this foul deed shall smell above the earth / With carrion men, groaning for burial
MV II.vii.63[Morocco to himself, of the contents of the gold casket] A carrion Death [or: sense 1]
MV IV.i.41[Shylock to Duke] why I rather choose to have / A weight of carrion flesh [or: sense 1]
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