If I want to say: "You should read the book. The story is more fleshed out", can I say


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    I suppose you mean 'the book version' as opposed to some adaptation of it. Either way some more contexts would help. Or you can try 英辞郎
    – sundowner
    Mar 5, 2022 at 7:18

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You are almost correct. Just change 「肉付けされる」to「肉付けされている」for grammar. 「される」implies that the story will be more fleshed out (as in it is not fleshed out now). 「されている」fixes this.

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