[ US /ˈɹəbɝi/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈʌbəɹi/ ]
  1. having an elastic texture resembling rubber in flexibility or toughness
  2. difficult to chew
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How To Use rubbery In A Sentence

  • Rubbery and viscid, this silk stretches up to about three times its length when pulled on and takes a good deal of abuse before breaking - an important quality in a material responsible for entangling prey.
  • The mask is left on for about 15 minutes while it sets to a rubbery texture.
  • The sound is a direct descendant of old skool UK garage, the bumpy beats of yore with rubbery basslines and cutting edge sampling techniques, taking in everything from soul to electro to jazz to blue grass.
  • Here we walked through a large lawn of uncut grasses dotted with early-summer bulbs and flowers following a winding, mowed path leading into shrubbery and woodland.
  • The front garden slopes away from the house, with the incline packed with an interesting array of shrubbery and tall flowers - white flowering eucryphia and myrtle blend with statuesque hoheriay and elegant miscanthus grasses.
  • So when I need to know what the black rubbery thingummy on a windscreen wiper is called, I can look up windscreen wiper in the index, turn to the appropriate picture, and learn that it's a wiper blade rubber. The Naming of Parts
  • The next thing I knew stentorian voices were to be heard outside, accompanied by high-powered torch beams piercing the shrubbery.
  • With a little shrubbery or plants, such fences can provide very attractive barriers along property lines.
  • A blinding coat of white blanketed the thick shrubbery that defined my garden.
  • The garden is split level with a paved area, a well manicured lawn and a shrubbery with water feature.
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