Recent Examples of slurry from the Web
Whisk in salt and vanilla, then whisk in the slurry.
Slurries of icy minerals cascaded into the sea, sinking to the bottom and sequestering carbon.
In a small bowl or cup, combine cornstarch and cold water to make a slurry.
Add the cornstarch slurry to the wok, give it a stir and cook for a few more seconds.
Concrete, the thick gray slurry used to make sidewalks and car parks, isn’t the ideal speaker enclosure.
Crews near Breckenridge dropped slurry from the air and built containment lines on the ground about 2 miles (3 kilometers) north of the resort to prevent the fire from reaching a large subdivision Thursday.
Eight Forest Service firefighters parachuted in, and two heavy tankers and a helicopter dropped slurry and water on the fire throughout the day.
The waste is mixed with water to form a slurry, and transported in a 2,500-gallon tank to the company's anaerobic digesters in Collinwood.
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Origin and Etymology of slurry
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of slurry
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Definition of slurry for English Language Learners
: a thick mixture of water and another substance (such as mud or lime)
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