globby

globby

(ˈɡlɒbɪ)
adj, globbier or globbiest
thick and lumpy
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His globby creatures, born of a seemingly arbitrary distribution of pigment (done just a little too well to be genuinely amateur), often look surprisingly glum about the world they've been cast into.
The armchair is heavily stained, still wet from a globby, milky spill on one arm rest.
It turns out that their father, after purchasing the milk, was whisked up into the spaceship of globby green aliens bent on redecorating the Earth with plastic flamingoes.
Among his outrageous explanations are globby aliens, pernicious pirates, dinosaur driven dirigibles, angry volcano Gods, sparkling ponies, wicked 'wumpires' and intergalactic dinosaur police on space bikes.
When he does, he has a fantastical tale full of adventures - including being abducted by "globby" aliens, pirates who have to be taught what a plank is, and travels in a hot air balloon with a talking dinosaur.
Someone I know used grapes, crushed grapes, smeared across the hair in sticky, globby trails because it brings out the luster, will you believe?
Thus, the reader encounters "turrety", "The air was Magellan air.", "groggling", "rubbled", "wavery", "sweatery", "globby", and "caramelly, coconutty, chocolaty", some understandable, others not.
It's usually cold laboratory stuff, not warm globby biological stuff," says the PhD student.
The girl shovelled the last forkful of globby red pancake down.
thick, paint thick, globby, like string thick, with guilt, gelatin,
If you're worried about making dressings and your own mayonnaise, there are fuss-free methods to ensure you don't ruin your carefully created dish with globby, gloopy shopbought concoctions.
It's almost silly now in 2007 to think about the wild-eyed fears of globby out-of-control organisms that once haunted biotechnology.