adhesive[ ad-hee-siv, -ziv ]SEE DEFINITION OF adhesive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADHESIVE
This was an adhesive, and used some years after stamps were in use.
I was informed that Decaisne has written a paper on these adhesive threads.
Utilised because of adhesive qualities for throwing at a target as darts.
Adhesive is the scientific, sticking or sticky the popular word.
The stiff, wet clay, adhesive to the foot, impeded progress.
An adhesive plaster is in popular language a sticking-plaster.
Do not let the most adhesive of food betray you into this most disagreeable of habits.
There are two bottles of medium, one adhesive and one preservative.
The eggs are small, about twenty to the inch, and are adhesive.
Touch the web and it adheres to the finger, but all its lines are not adhesive.