jellylike

ADJECTIVE
  1. thick like gelatin
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How To Use jellylike In A Sentence

  • The body of an adult jellyfish is a bell-shaped, jellylike substance enclosing its internal structure, from which the creature's tentacles suspend.
  • It happens most commonly in kids from three months to six years, and the condition also comes with a side order of fever, vomiting, and the passing of currant-colored, jellylike stool. You Raising Your Child
  • All I could see was that face, smeared in jellylike feces, the blank eyes sightlessly staring into the abyss above. The Curse of the Wendigo
  • They found that each of the shrub's flowers produces a single clear jellylike pellet, formed when the plant's inner wall swells and gelatinizes as it comes in contact with nectar.
  • The amoeba would extend toward a cluster of bits and engulf them into its jellylike interior. Delta Anomaly
  • The uvea, or uveal tract, includes the iris and the dark, pigmented area known as the choroid, which contains the jellylike vitreous humor, as well as blood vessels that ferry blood and nutrients into and out of the eye. RockyMountainNews.com
  • Having reduced Pauly to a jellylike blob of tears, Joe leaves. Boot Camp
  • In seconds it could mash the most alert of minds into jellylike senselessness.
  • Passing jellylike clots is normal, especially in the first days. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn
  • It was jellylike and undercooked in places, rock-hard in others, but it was real honest-to-goodness birthday cake. Paradise General
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