jellylike jellylike

Definition(s):

  • (adj) thick like gelatin

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Warm, generous, jellylike people are repugnant to cold, precise Chancellor Chamberlain.
  2. Having settled on the jellylike nutriment intended for the cultivation of a type of bacteria called staphylococci, the fungus had grown into a flourishing mass.
  3. The abundant Caribbean form, physalia, is rarely more than eight inches across its mauve, iridescent, jellylike body, but it has scores of tentacles up to 50 ft.

News

  • Sylvia Rector's Great Plates: Bone marrow at Bistro 82

    Marrow is the softer inner core of bone that becomes very rich and almost jellylike when roasted. To eat it, scoop up the marrow with a small spoon or knife and spread it on toasted bread. One excellent place to try it is the stylish new Bistro 82 in Royal Oak.
    on April 8, 2014     Source: Detroit Free Press

Quotes

  • But "certain jellylike textures and fermented sauces intrinsic to Japanese cuisine won't feature, as they simply wouldn't appeal to the Western palate," Robuchon adds.
    on Dec 31, 2008 By: Joel Robuchon Source: TIME

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