gluey[ gloo-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gluey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLUEY
They had eaten all the cookies but one, which got wet and dissolved in a gluey paste.
The road was not miry, but gluey, and reluctant, and wearisome to the tread.
Sudden, thunderous outpourings of acidulous and gluey fluid.
Sicilian is gluey and evasive, as if the Sicilian didn't want to speak straight to you.
Instead of grasping the tin, my fingers closed on a sticky, gluey mass.
Others place it in the middle of a soft and gluey substance, to which they carefully stick many feathers.
His skin was cold and clammy; a gluey moisture rested on his cheek; and his teeth were dark and discolored.
He drew off nine quarts of gluey, viscid fluid, and her pain was wholly relieved.
The nails were discolored, knobby, easily bleeding and covered with a gluey eruption.
Lime, līm, n. any slimy or gluey material: bird-lime: the white caustic earth from limestone, and used for cement.