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Oxford dictionary definition of the word carcass:
the dead body of an animal:
she saw the mud-covered carcass of a sheep
the trunk of an animal such as a cow, sheep, or pig, for cutting up as meat:
the carcass has a high proportion of meat to bone
the remains of a cooked bird after all the edible parts have been removed.
humorous a person’s body, living or dead:
my obsession will last while there’s life in this old carcass
the structural framework of a building, ship, or piece of furniture.
the remains of something:
automotive carcasses stripped of radios, hubcaps and even body panels
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French carcois, variant of Old French charcois; in later use from French carcasse; of unknown ultimate origin