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lean and sinewy

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(of meat) full of sinews

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forming viscous or glutinous threads

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consisting of or containing string or strings

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Next come newly planted trees, shrubs and border plants followed by vegetables and fruit, particularly soft fruit, which need regular water to swell crops and to avoid tough skins and stringiness.
The stringiness reduces oil leakage and consumption, thus reducing oil costs for the application.
Their stringiness couldn't be overlooked even with a relatively tasty dipping sauce.
My companion's baked aubergine with buffalo mozzarella was reported to be delicious, though slightly disappointingly it presented the usual challenging stringiness of cheese.
The stringiness in runners is avoided by growing modern varieties in which that characteristic has been minimised and by harvesting when the pods are young.
Chevron FM Grease Aerosol EP: A food-grade lubricant developed for operations that require an aerosol grease with adhesive and stringiness properties.