Liquid glue

a fluid preparation of glue and acetic acid or alcohol.

See also: Glue

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"We are on the brink of detection," proceeded the captain, carefully mixing his colors with liquid glue, and with a strong "drier" added from a bottle in his own possession.
2 pencils, ink pens, glue sticks, liquid glue, pink erasers, folders, pencil pouches, rulers, and scissors.
Place them on a new piece of paper, and affix your composition using a clear acid-free glue--we chose Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue (from $3.69 for 1.69 oz.; tom bowusa.com) for its pen-tip applicator.
Its factory in Fishersgate required new piping to transport liquid glue (a galvanised starch line), used to bond corrugated cardboard together; Smurfit Kappa's primary product.
Due to the tension forced upon the glass during the lamination process, it is difficult to use liquid glue: The glass will always try to revert back to its natural flat shape and would have to be kept in its bent shape during the lamination process until the glue is cured.
"The forecourt is covered in liquid glue. No one can get in or out.
Messersmith's synthetic polymer is formulated as a rapidly solidifying liquid glue that adheres to the wet tissue and seals fetal membrane defects.
The materials must fit tightly together for a liquid glue like this to work.
If you are using liquid glue instead of the paper adhesive, have the learners lightly spread the liquid wood glue on the surfaces of two wood veneer sheets.
Cut circles in half, apply white liquid glue to the entire surface of the newspaper semicircles, and place them on top of the plate.