gelatinous


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ge·lat·i·nous

 (jə-lăt′n-əs)
adj.
1. Resembling gelatin; viscous.
2. Of, relating to, or containing gelatin.

ge·lat′i·nous·ly adv.

gelatinous

(dʒɪˈlætɪnəs)
adj
1. (Biochemistry) consisting of or resembling jelly; viscous
2. (Biochemistry) of, containing, or resembling gelatine
geˈlatinously adv
geˈlatinousness n

ge•lat•i•nous

(dʒəˈlæt n əs)

adj.
1. having the nature of or resembling jelly, esp. in consistency; jellylike.
2. pertaining to, containing, or consisting of gelatin.
[1715–25]
ge•lat′i•nous•ly, adv.
ge•lat′i•nous•ness, gel•a•tin•i•ty (ˌdʒɛl əˈtɪn ɪ ti) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gelatinous - thick like gelatin
thick - relatively dense in consistency; "thick cream"; "thick soup"; "thick smoke"; "thick fog"

gelatinous

adjective glutinous, sticky, viscous, gummy, gluey, jelly-like, mucilaginous, viscid Pour a cup of the gelatinous mixture into the blender.

gelatinous

adjective
Having a dense or viscous consistency:
Translations

gelatinous

[dʒɪˈlætɪnəs] ADJgelatinoso

gelatinous

[dʒɪˈlætɪnəs] adjgélatineux/euse

gelatinous

adjgelatine- or gallertartig

ge·lat·i·nous

a. gelatinoso-a, de consistencia semejante a la gelatina o que la contiene.
References in classic literature ?
The colour was caused by little gelatinous balls, about the fifth of an inch in diameter, in which numerous minute spherical ovules were imbedded: they were of two distinct kinds, one being of a reddish colour and of a different shape from the other.
Others, the greater number yellow and gelatinous, waited only to be picked.
Whereat the unfortunate Minor Canon would look, in part indignant and in part perplexed; while his worthy mother sat bridling, with tears in her eyes, and the remainder of the party lapsed into a sort of gelatinous state, in which there was no flavour or solidity, and very little resistance.
Near at hand you could fancy it the most melancholy sound in Nature, as if she meant by this to stereotype and make permanent in her choir the dying moans of a human being -- some poor weak relic of mortality who has left hope behind, and howls like an animal, yet with human sobs, on entering the dark valley, made more awful by a certain gurgling melodiousness -- I find myself beginning with the letters gl when I try to imitate it -- expressive of a mind which has reached the gelatinous, mildewy stage in the mortification of all healthy and courageous thought.
Nostoc commune,' the latin species name, is a gelatinous bacterium that is bluish-green when wet and brown-green when dry.
Researchers have found that four different species of penguins that live in southern ocean waters (south of the 30 degrees latitude) routinely prey on jellyfish and other gelatinous organisms, collectively called "gelata" by the researchers.
The fish is described as 'faceless,' had no visible eyes and had a gelatinous body.
Trolli eyeballs, 99p, Lidl Gelatinous, slimy, goo-filled - just like real eyeballs (but tastier).
At necropsy, ducklings showed general pallor of skeletal and heart muscles, subcutaneous gelatinous transudates, pericarditis, ascites, and severe edema and hyperemia of lungs.
Polychromed gelatinous zooplankton skin is nothing new to me," Banhart writes.
They have found that tilted willows prolong the life of certain cells in order to produce a sugar-rich, or gelatinous, fibre, to help them stay upright.
Several years of research and study of medical plants have helped me to figure out a unique composition to help in losing weight," Khatib told SANA, explaining the components of his composition which he said is a mixture of marine and fiber-rich plants that contain chromium, phosphorus and iodine, in addition to gelatinous plants which fill the stomach with gelatinous compounds that absorb water, so they double in size and help control the appetite and give the feeling of satisfaction.