clotty

clotty

(ˈklɒtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
full of clots
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Before the homeopathy, my periods were horribly: clotty, heavy.
I can almost smell the clotty nail polish that used to seep out into the hallway during sleepovers, tinged with remover and eventually drowned in sticky gusts of Love Spell perfume.
Menstruation: dark purplish in colour, clotty, and hesitant or scanty in flow; pain relieved after clots discharged.
Her unflagging belief in following her intuition in the moment conjures Rauschenberg, and, visually, the snaking, clotty lines, punctuated with odd colorful shapes, recall Miro's Surrealist paintings and Calder's wire sculptures from the 1920s.
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