Carcass vs. Carrion

Carcass vs. Carrion — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Carcass and Carrion

Carcassnoun

The body of a dead animal.

Carrionnoun

Dead flesh; carcasses.

Vultures feed on carrion.

Carcassnoun

(meat trade) The body of a slaughtered animal, stripped of unwanted viscera, etc.

Carrionnoun

A contemptible or worthless person.

Carcassnoun

The body of a dead human, a corpse.

Carrionnoun

dead and rotting flesh; unfit for human food

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Carcassnoun

The framework of a structure, especially one not normally seen.

Carrionnoun

the dead and rotting body of an animal

Carcassnoun

(nautical) An early incendiary ship-to-ship projectile consisting of an iron shell filled with saltpetre, sulphur, resin, turpentine, antimony and tallow with vents for flame.

Carcassnoun

the dead body of an animal especially one slaughtered and dressed for food