Thesaurus / stickiness
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This is not typical bread dough—it will be a bit sticky, and the recipe does not require any kneading—so don’t be too concerned about the appearance.

Sure, instant coffee has gotten better, but it’s still got that sticky-stale taste.

We’ll see if dew points try to poke above the slightly sticky 60-degree mark.

His just-acquired passenger goes into the petrol station’s shop and comes out carrying a sticky sweet orange soda.

Crime, Corona, Copper and Trouble in ZambiaEugene RobinsonOctober 30, 2020Ozy

Consultants are widely known for their love of whiteboards—or iterations thereof, including large paper pads, sticky notes, and so forth—to record ideas from client brainstorms.

Pinning the video feed of a friend or engaged member of the audience could work, or you could also post a sticky note with an idea or encouragement right behind your camera, so you can get pumped every time you see it.

Cystic fibrosis is a disease that causes sticky mucus to build up in the lungs.

A clay soil may be told by its stickiness; its power to form lumps or masses; its tendency to crack and bake under the hot sun.

The adhesion is brought about not by any stickiness of the materials, for the substance has no such property.

Outlines of the Earth's HistoryNathaniel Southgate Shaler

The sun had come out, and the frosty ruts had softened to stickiness.

The CopperheadHarold Frederic

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