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The mucilaginous substance left behind is loosely enclosed by the crumpled cell wall.

Trees Worth KnowingJulia Ellen Rogers

Its root is sweetish and mucilaginous, and is used as a substitute for liquorice (Indian liquorice).

Give the antidote in some of the mucilaginous drinks before mentioned.

Name from sapo, soap, the mucilaginous juice forming a lather with water.

The sweet, subacid, mucilaginous juice is much esteemed as a pectoral.

They are of two classes: one acting as a mucilaginous agent, the other merely imparting the flavour; also an essential point.

Seeds anatropous, mucilaginous, flattened, containing a large embryo with plano-convex cotyledons.

That part of the tea which has a mucilaginous taste is inwardly cooler than oil, although it be different in nature.

The walls of these cells, though very thin, are mucilaginous, and capable of taking up large amounts of water.

All About CoffeeWilliam H. Ukers

To relieve the pains and irritation in the abdomen sweet oil and mucilaginous drinks should be given.

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