syrupy[ sir-uh-pee, sur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF syrupy
Synonyms for syrupy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYRUPY
Wish my tongue was as soothin'-syrupy as that Mr. Badger's is.
“You may come out now, my little ones,” she said in her most syrupy tones.
This may be known by the liquid becoming dense and syrupy in appearance.
He was drinking a cup of thick, syrupy coffee, and soaking a rusk in it.
It may be concentrated in vacuo over a surface of oil of vitriol until it appears as a syrupy liquid of sp.
The same compound is obtained as a crystalline powder when the syrupy liquid is dropped into strong nitric acid.
In less than a minute the syrupy fluid has dried, and appears like a film of transparent varnish on the glass plate.
McKay slowly drank the last of his syrupy coffee and rolled a cigarette.
As speedily as if these visitors had been long expected, the servant brought in a tray bearing cups of syrupy coffee.
With a quizzical frown she showed him the sidewalk which the thawing temperature had apparently coated with syrupy iced coffee.