Thesaurus / gelatinous

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These cones consisted of half-melted ice, gelatinous, and much like the spawn of a frog.

Ten Thousand Wonderful ThingsEdmund Fillingham King

Decomposition ensues, silica being deposited in a gelatinous state, and hydrofluosilicic acid remaining in solution.

A gelatinous mixture employed as a protective dressing in burns and in skin diseases.

Examined by the microscope, it exhibits the appearance of a gelatinous mass, which has no determinate form.

It consists of very minute oval green cells, with thick walls, and imbedded in the ends of prolongations of a gelatinous matrix.

Carcinoma of the intestines appears either as cylindrical-cell cancer, as scirrhus, or as gelatinous or colloid cancer.

They are highly esteemed as an article of food, the flesh being tender and gelatinous.

A gelatinous precipitate which dissolves with facility in excess of pyrophosphate of sodium.

This is, moreover, peculiar from the great deficiency in the gelatinous element.

Fungi: Their Nature and UsesMordecai Cubitt Cooke

The membranous material is often gelatinous, and so the casts may hang together in long pieces.

PsychotherapyJames J. Walsh

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