jellylike


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Adj.1.jellylike - thick like gelatin
thick - relatively dense in consistency; "thick cream"; "thick soup"; "thick smoke"; "thick fog"
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That is because they only eat a jellylike substance.
Now that I come to think of it, how tawdry and tumid they looked, those jellylike pictures .
Water-dwelling creatures such as frogs lay tiny unshelled eggs in jellylike masses.
Highly digested food fragments had a jellylike consistency so they could not be identified and were categorized as unidentified items, and were not considered in the later calculations.
Even when the eyes are closed, if the head is tilted toward a light source, these deposits in the clear, jellylike center of the eye flick back and forth across the field of vision, creating a sense that what is seen in the mind also has a potentially motile support surface.
7-23) Mucinous carcinoma often shows grossly visible jellylike mucin when obtained by FNA, which correlates to the abundant mucin in the background of the smears.
The torn net I represent to myself, having the feeling that the mesh is still there, invisible, stinging me as I try to get in, with that purely imaginary jellylike consistency of a spiderweb, had nothing to do with the telescoped screams from the dark.
Jellylike halls of slime pack the waters of Storr's Lake on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas.
In which part of the human body is the jellylike tissue called the vitreous humour?
The fourth text on the next page is a report about structure of cells focusing on the membrane, the jellylike substance within the membrane that is called the cytoplasm, and the chemical reactions in the cytoplasm that are called metabolism.
IN A stylish opaque pot, this jellylike cream smelt distinctly of bitter oranges.
Later, companies buy NatureWorks Ingeo and melt it into a jellylike substance.