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Morbid ContextPlay
Carcass is often used in contexts associated with death or the aftermath of hunting. SlideVultures circled above the carcass, waiting to feed.
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Not for HumansPlay
Unlike 'corpse' or 'body', 'carcass' is typically not used for human remains. SlideFarmers found the carcass of a sheep, not a person.
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Food Industry TermPlay
'Carcass' can also refer to the body of an animal when discussing meat production. SlideThe butcher examined the beef carcass before processing.