gelatinous

[ juh-lat-n-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF gelatinous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GELATINOUS

Some was liquid and some gelatinous, and some firm like bread or biscuit.

If some of the gelatinous parts of meat be added, the broth is then of a rich and nutritious quality, and can be made very cheap.

The whole plant is gelatinous, with the exception, occasionally, of the nucleus.

You will not find one mention of the part that treats of gelatinous matter.

Such is the condition of the most gelatinous organized bodies.

His neck was so fat that his chin seemed to rest on a gelatinous mass.

Most gelatinous, pulverulent, and crystalline precipitates are of this nature.

The sapodilla is a plum-colored fruit with seeds in a gelatinous mass.

Ouida, for all her femininity, was more than this feline and gelatinous New Englander.

Strong acetic acid (concentrated vinegar) poured on or rubbed over hard lean meat gradually renders it soft and gelatinous.

WORD ORIGIN

1724, from gelatin + -ous; probably modeled on French gélatineux. Related: Gelatinously; gelatinousness.

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