mucilage

Part of speech:

Mucilaginous.

Part of speech: noun

An adhesive solution of gum in water.

Part of speech: adverb

Mucilagely.

Part of speech: noun

Mucilageness.

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Usage examples "mucilage":

  1. It was littered with proof, scratch paper, scissors, mucilage, pencils, inkwells, and a case of " pie." - "The Co-Citizens", Corra Harris.
  2. " He upset the mucilage bottle into the dictionary, the other day, and now we have to take a knife and pry, if we want to look up anything from I to Q." " Oh, Polly, I almost forgot to tell you," said Alan suddenly. - "Half a Dozen Girls", Anna Chapin Ray.
  3. Reporters, as everybody knows, must severely repress their personal opinions and stick like mucilage to the bare facts. - "Angela's Business", Henry Sydnor Harrison.