slime[ slahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF slime
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLIME
Blow it,” he said, taking off the chain, “my mouth is too full of slime.
The Englishman's arms shot into the slime with the regularity of pistons.
They must then be rubbed with wood-ashes, to remove the slime.
Myxacium, meaning mucus, slime; so called from the glutinous veil.
Tell me about it first, and meanwhile perhaps I'll have got my head out of the slime.
He dropped back into the ditch, and waded, ankle deep in slime, to the other side.
There was not a sound: patches of slime glimmered feebly amongst the reeds.
When you reach the high ground you are covered with mud and slime.
A slime had been deposited that made Ned shudder as he felt it.
Nevertheless it was like coming out of slime on to rock—we were worried but not soiled.