claggy


Related to claggy: on a regular basis

claggy

(ˈklæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
chiefly dialect stickily clinging, as mud
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The latter had an odd texture, at once granular and claggy, which I found strangely compelling if not exactly pleasant.
Many were much older than those seen in today's pictures enjoying a special teenage night at the Door (or Claggy Mat, as some called it then
If your mascara has gone all dried out and claggy, you can revive it by immersing it in boiling water - lid still on - for a few minutes.
Our rice dishes were just right: on the sticky side but not claggy, but the potato curry we both had was a bit watery and could have done with being a bit more chunky.
If the pasta is too tight and claggy add a tablespoon or two of the cooking water to loosen.
FIVE mallards provided the main entertainment of the day as Warwickshire's first-class season endured a cold and claggy start at The Parks.
Tease them out gently and get rid of any claggy soil which may be around them and trim any dead or very thin roots.
In the claggy mud of the field the barrow reappeared initially as a grass-topped mound running in a west-to-east direction.
That's the nature of sport and the nature of the Ashes - a rumbustious 130-year epic of flow and counter-flow, high skill and excitement, heroes and villains, brainwaves and clangers, googlies and leg-byes and a ferocious, pulsating rivalry pursued in searing heat on one side of the world and claggy dampness on the other: a wonderful, dividing, uniting, enduring captivating soap opera.
On a claggy morning, Varun Chopra won the toss and gave his seamers first use of good bowling conditions.
Sure enough, they were cold and claggy by the time I'd eaten the first mouthful of fish.