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adjective as in sticky


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I ate something every 30 minutes throughout my run, and while I threw in a pack of gummy bears and some Fig Newman’s, the majority of my fuel consisted of these.

Finding the right balance of THC in gummy form requires “a lot more science than many other platforms,” says Mike Hennesy, Wana’s vice president of innovation.

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Pay attention to nose pads and temples, especially the grippy rubber material that gets all gummy with dirt and sweat.

The bread continues to bake on the inside even after it’s been removed from the oven, and cutting it too early may result something gummy or rubbery.

Finally, let the chicken cook until the skin releases easily from the pan, a sign that it’s well browned and no longer as gummy.

The end product is the closest I've come to achieving that "damp, gummy richness" McCullers' Frankie enjoyed so much.

As if to illustrate that, he removed his teeth, and put them on the table, flashing a gummy, toothless smile at me.

Cook it for too long and it gets mushy on the inside; not long enough and it gets gummy.

Previously they were painted, and had a gummy, sticky influence rearwards upon peoples clothes.

The residue in the dish after evaporation was a tough reddish brown, gummy mass which could be drawn out into fine threads.

Further examination indicated the presence of salicylic acid, a gummy material, having the properties of tragacanth and glycerin.

Swiftly Tom stuck the sheet of paper up under the show window, fastening it with the gummy seals.

It ran for about four or five inches, where the pipe appeared to be sealed with the same gummy substance as at the other end.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gummy, such as: adhesive, cohesive, gluey, mucilaginous, and viscid.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.