oiliness

[ UK /ˈɔ‍ɪlinəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. consisting of or covered with oil
  2. smug self-serving earnestness
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How To Use oiliness In A Sentence

  • Typical acne was present in addition to the excoriations in 33 percent while only increased oiliness and no clear-cut acne lesions were present in 67 percent.
  • Dab them off with a towel, brush with olive oil and Fernch herbs (I skipped that step for less oiliness) and roll the feta sticks in them. Eggplant and feta roll pasta « Were rabbits
  • Humectants trap water stratum corneum, making It'softer and smoother without adding oiliness or shine.
  • a certain fat and oiliness, which is of a nature akin to warmth; or simply, as surmised in the preceding article, from the confinement and separation of the air. The New Organon
  • Those slightly acidic wines add sparkle to a fish dish, much like a squeeze of lemon and can counterbalance oiliness or fatness in food.
  • Oily hair is often a good candidate for chemical processing since the formulas may actually eliminate some of the excess oiliness.
  • At the end of the scutching line, the cooperative uses five criteria to measure quality: oiliness, color, strength, fineness and homogeneity. The Muddy Roots of Fine Linen
  • June 29, 2009 8: 09 AM sarah the baker yoon said ... really the best red velvet ever?? hmm!! makes me want to drop my recipe now and try this one out! mine uses vege oil, which does keep it moist, but i was always unhappy with the oiliness. im going to try your recipe! thanks!! Lady in Red, Red Velvet That Is.
  • He's suave and smiles well but has a vague oiliness about him.
  • The meat is moist and full of flavour, without the tough oiliness of mutton. Back to the land: from London to sheep farming on Eigg
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