Definition of rubbery
: resembling rubber (as in elasticity, consistency, or texture) rubbery legs rubbery cheese
Examples of rubbery in a Sentence
The hard-boiled eggs were tough and rubbery.
Her legs were rubbery when she stepped off the roller coaster.
Recent Examples of rubbery from the Web
The unleavened bread was called enjera, like a slightly rubbery and sour tortilla.
Soren and his animators soften the hard-plastic look of the characters' CGI faces with a rubbery kind of humanity.
The New York version has been rubbery, as dark as beef bouillon, and strangely bland.
Across her début, a five-track, self-titled EP of rubbery house, released in March, Yaeji sings in English and Korean in a dim, squirrelly deadpan, and her icy productions ebb and flow like a dinghy.
But the characters, especially the foxes, are kind of weird standing on their hind paws, and their arms are all rubbery.
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First Known Use of rubbery
RUBBERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rubbery for English Language Learners
: similar to rubber
of legs or knees : bending like rubber : weak, shaky, and unstable
RUBBERY Defined for Kids
Definition of rubbery for Students
: weak, shaky, and unstable After getting off the roller coaster, my legs felt rubbery.
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