puttylike

puttylike

(ˈpʌtɪˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling or characteristic of putty
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Second, legacy windows are held in place with a puttylike substance that allows the glass to expand, whereas the modern versions are fixed tightly into the frame for greater energy efficiency.
Puttylike rope caulk, such as Mortite, is an easy one to install and remove in the spring for reuse next winter.
Designed to rotate on their own axes while orbiting the vessel on a common axis, these helical blades are ideal for batching heavy pastes and puttylike materials as high as 6 million centipoise (cP).
On entering Mark Leckey's exhibition "See, We Assemble," visitors encountered the show's video "trailer." Before a video-production green screen sat an upturned speaker cone filled with puttylike cornstarch dyed the same bright color.
Bleeding, seen in about 17% of cases, may appear in the form of intact cysts with bloody or dark puttylike content representing degenerated blood, but they can be so massive that the entire nephrectomy specimen looks like a hematoma (Figure 9, C).
As defined by IDI, "BMC is a thermoset plastic resin blend of various inert fillers, fiber reinforcement, catalysts, stabilizers, and pigments that form a viscous, 'puttylike' compound.
The hydroxyapatite cement was prepared in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendation until the substance attained a puttylike consistency.
Plastic explosives: Experts say both HMX and RDX are key ingredients in plastic explosives such as Semtex and C-4, puttylike military substances that easily can be shaped.
Conducting a search involving neither serious damage or destruction, the inspector then "hammered off bondo (a puttylike hardening substance used to seal openings) from the top of the gas tank[,] ...
Among the line's most interesting SKUs are Polishing drops, which add shine and refined style to either wet or dry hair and Molding clay, a puttylike formula which can be used to separate or twist the hair while providing a matte finish.
It took another Nobel physicist--the late Richard Feynman, a member of a special Challenger inquiry panel--to show graphically with a piece of puttylike rubber in a glass of ice water what even rocket engineers should have understood: It was too damned cold that morning to be launching a spacecraft.