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- n. The state of being greasy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being greasy, oiliness; unctuousness; grossness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or state of being greasy; unctuousness.
- n. Hence Deficiency in limpidness; viscosity, like that of oil: said of wines.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. consisting of or covered with oil
I also dispensed with the oil-softening instructions, because I long ago switched to heating my tortillas directly on my gas burner to make them more pliable, which also cuts down on the greasiness factor.
Billy is the only one who seems to even mildly enjoy it—and that might be for the novelty of it, since he rarely gets to indulge in such greasiness.
The menu may not be quite as diverse as the one at Tasty Dumpling, but what it lacks in variety, it makes up for in cheapness and greasiness.
They harmonize airiness, greasiness and cheesiness into a perfect snack that will melt in your mouth or yield a satisfying crunch depending upon how you treat it.
In fact, this oiliness, or greasiness, as I was later to learn, was probably the most salient expression of his personality.
It's packed with organic shea and cocoa (of course) butters, and is moisturising without leaving even a hint of greasiness.
There's a layer of sticky greasiness on everything from the soy sauce bottles to the countertops.
In regards to this dish, well, anything fried is going to taste pretty good in my book, but here the crunchy coating was a perfect complement to the sweet, tender clams with no awful "fishiness" or greasiness to be found.
The greasiness comes from glands inthe skin of your scalp and, in some people, these secrete more oilthan they do in others.
As she watched, the runaways wandered off into the woods to pee, cooked themselves meals, or took quick swims in the cold river, trying to clean off the mud and sweat of travel and the general greasiness of sleeping rough.
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