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  • n. Plural form of body part.


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  • The well-to-do usually got their topless kicks at Goldfingers or Score, where the women were far more aesthetically pleasing, though their body parts were about as real as their inflatable brethren's.

    Drop Shot

  • The very body parts seemed to sing to me, a rhapsody of bloodless wonder that lightened my heart and filled my veins with an intoxicating sense of awe.

    Darkly Dreaming Dexter

  • And did we learn—about body parts and bodily fluids, about sexual positions and sexual deviancies.

    Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned from Judy Blume

  • He felt like he was no better than people who rushed to the scene of a tragedy in the perverse hope of glimpsing strewn body parts and blood.


  • Having finally made good his flight from the room with rank and all body parts intact, Ogomoor resolutely ignored the multi-species giggling that followed him as he headed for his own office.

    The Cat is a Metaphor

  • They were admiring the boy's just-discovered talent of turning body parts different colors.

    Pet Peeve

  • After all, underneath the glamour of the red, white, and blue, American Gladiators is a vicious, full-contact sport that decimates souls and leaves body parts strewn across the floor.


  • The man from FDLE had ruled that it was Miami-Dade's investigation unless and until tissue samples proved the body parts here and the heads down there were unrelated.

    Darkly Dreaming Dexter

  • But — have Doc Layman do organ taps on Goines, his body parts near the mutilations, tests for a second, nonhuman, blood type.

    The Big Nowhere

  • Gore and body parts littered the warehouse floor, and the pale, gargoyle-like creatures ate and hissed and bickered.

    Surrender the Dark


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