Mucilage [noun]

Definition of Mucilage:

gluey substance

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Sentence/Example of Mucilage:

It had been well rubbed in, too, made of a plastic adherence by the addition of mucilage.

Sue says she believes it's mucilage, and I think she's right.

Under the dribble of the mucilage the fire in his eyes had flickered and sunk.

It had been stuck there by a drop of mucilage, and the mucilage was still wet.

Mucilage, paste, stationery; the half-dozen sorts of envelopes and letter-heads.

Put a little of the mucilage from slippery elm in a teaspoon.

He wondered how he could ever have cared for this molasses and mucilage girl.

All the Malvace abound in mucilage, and they all have woody fibre in their stems.

But when they took to dipping them in mucilage he made a complaint to the Board of Directors.

The binder may be either glue or mucilage mixed with the water.