slimy

[ slahy-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF slimy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLIMY

"Dry or slimy, you would be just the same dear old Dick," she whispered.

His descent into the street was like the descent into a slimy aquarium from which the water had been run off.

Sheet and pillow-case were slimy with oil, yet the chamois-skin bag was safe.

Now and then a snake drew away its slimy length and Dick shuddered.

Frantically he tugged and tore at the slimy rope, hauling with a will and a prayer.

He spread the towels on the table, and then took the slimy bundle from the basket.

Rocks protrude from the water––dripping and covered with a slimy seaweed.

From head to foot they dripped with black mud, thick and slimy.

Only the wet sands and the slimy water-weeds of the beach clung to them.

And the grease upon his clothes—‘all slimy with grease,’ said somebody at the inquest.

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