glutinous


glu·ti·nous

adjective \ˈglüt-nəs, ˈglü-tə-nəs\

Definition of GLUTINOUS

:  having the quality of glue :  gummy
glu·ti·nous·ly adverb

Examples of GLUTINOUS

  1. <a bad horror movie from the 1950s about a glutinous blob that devoured Manhattan>

Origin of GLUTINOUS

Middle English, from Latin glutinosus, from glutin-, gluten
First Known Use: 15th century

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Rhymes with GLUTINOUS

glu·ti·nous

adjective \ˈglüt-nəs, -ən-əs\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of GLUTINOUS

: having the quality of glue especially in physical properties

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