mucilage mucilage


  1. (n) a gelatinous substance secreted by plants
  2. (n) cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive




  1. Well, yes, if $5 million a year or so is mucilage.
  2. On the third floor is tiny Room 303, known as the Intimate Gallery, littered with picture frames, books, mucilage pots, framed and unframed paintings.
  3. Yale could have used more mucilage.


  • Summer or fall — the 'tween season

    Saw Halloween gummies at the store last week. Makes sense: Labor Day is over, so naturally you roll out the harvest-hued mucilage nubbins. Why, the customer would be confused if they didn’t. Or would they?
    on September 8, 2013     Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

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