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  1. carcassesnoun

    Plural form of carcass.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Carcasses

    of Carcass

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of carcasses in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of carcasses in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of carcasses in a Sentence

  1. Jennifer Jackson:

    The aerial survey was done on a huge scale and was very impressive, but its possible some of the carcasses got washed back out to sea in storms and simply werent counted. The 343 number was only ever a best estimate.

  2. Steve Schmidt:

    The important thing is to quickly collect as many of the carcasses as possible, to prevent other birds from feeding on the infected birds.

  3. Greg Girard:

    The places that stuck out were the meat factories, there were pig carcasses laying splayed out on the floor ; they'd burn the hair off with a blowtorch, it was all pretty open and of course there were no health laws governing the place.

  4. Joseph Hing:

    As we sailed closer, we started to smell the dead carcasses of livestock that were floating past the ships. When we smelt those, we knew that this disaster was really, really bad.

  5. April Hamlin:

    Apparently she went to the race start and took off win the runners at the starting shot. She stayed with a few of the front runners, ran off to sniff some animal carcasses, romp in the water, and then back to the race. I understand she stayed on the course for 13.1 miles, finished seventh, and was the highest placed female.

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