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glu·ti·nous

 (glo͞ot′n-əs)
adj.
Of the nature of or resembling glue; sticky.

[Middle English, from Latin glūtinōsus, from glūten, glūtin-, glue.]

glu′ti·nous·ly adv.
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glutinous

(ˈɡluːtɪnəs)
adj
resembling glue in texture; sticky
ˈglutinously adv
ˈglutinousness, glutinosity n
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glu•ti•nous

(ˈglut n əs)

adj.
gluey; viscid; sticky.
[1375–1425; late Middle English; < Latin glūtinōsus gluey, sticky. See gluten, -ous]
glu′ti•nous•ly, adv.
glu′ti•nous•ness, glu`ti•nos′i•ty (-ˈɒs ɪ ti) n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.glutinous - having the sticky properties of an adhesive
adhesive - tending to adhere
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glutinous

adjective sticky, adhesive, cohesive, gooey, viscous, gummy, gluey, mucilaginous, viscid He was covered in soft, glutinous mud.
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glutinous

adjective
Having a heavy, gluey quality:
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Translations
غَرَوي، لَزِق
lepkavý
klæbrigklistret
límkenndur
lipīgs

glutinous

[ˈgluːtɪnəs] ADJglutinoso
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glutinous

[ˈgluːtɪnəs] adjvisqueux/euse
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glutinous

adjklebrig
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glutinous

[ˈgluːtɪnəs] adjcolloso/a, appiccicoso/a
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glutinous

(ˈgluːtinəs) adjective
sticky, like glue. glutinous rice.
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References in classic literature ?
For the most glutinously indefinite minds enclose some hard grains of habit; and a man has been seen lax about all his own interests except the retention of his snuff-box, concerning which he was watchful, suspicious, and greedy of clutch.
'How sympathetic you are!' cooed George, glutinously, edging a little closer.
"For the most glutinously indefinite minds enclose some hard grains of habit; and a man has been seen lax about all his own interests except the retention of his snuffbox, concerning which he was watchful, suspicious, and greedy of clutch." This initial description of the character proceeds from the particular individual, Mr.