gluey


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Synonyms for gluey

having the property of adhering

Synonyms for gluey

having the sticky properties of an adhesive

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(If using a mixer, be careful not to beat them too much or they will become gluey.) Stir in salt and pepper to taste.
She was also beaten by a very good filly and Declan [McDonogh] thought the ground was a bit gluey for her.
or when kneading sweet, gluey dough deeply with my palms and my wrists,
If it was in January I'd be worried as it would be gluey after plenty of racing but it will be much much fresher.
Niki Royal's trainer Jamie Snowden said: "The ground was gluey and I think that was an important factor."
"The ground is as testing as I've known it, it's hard work and very gluey.
Don't overwork the potato as this will make them gluey. Weigh out 300g of the flesh and keep in a warm place.
Mark Bradstock, trainer of the runner-up Carruthers, said: "I'm over the moon and I've always said that in that gluey ground he's not quite strong enough yet.
Visiting a school in Telford he discovers 13-year-olds today are less enthralled by tiny, gluey bits of plastic, but presses on with his mission to build a life-size model of a spitfire.
When these chemical bump into acidic industrial air pollution, a chemical reaction occurs creating tiny gluey droplets as aerosols--and that is unhealthy, warned researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the USA (they have been working with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and the University of Otago, New Zealand).
However, Worgan, signed from Llanharan, did not have a debut to remember, giving too much ball away and seemingly short of Premier pace in the gluey conditions.
I much prefer tomake soup with parsnips earlier in the season than later, as they tend to become woody and slightly gluey when pureed.
The ground that day, officially soft, was very gluey and Dundiclou never appeared happy.
Owned by Khalid Abdullah, the Joh Gosden-trained colt handled the gluey conditions best the Group Three contest and will now have his sights raised.
According to legend, the west-coast team tried just about everything to keep its archrival running in circles: Some say that the Raiders coated their palms with a gluey substance known as "stickum." That way, they could catch the ball easier than their yellow-and-black-clad opponents could.