Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being pulpy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the quality or state of being pulpy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A pulpy character or consistency.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a mushy pulpy softness

Etymologies

pulpy +‎ -ness (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Once you accept the artifice, you can enjoy the pulpiness and overheated sexuality.

    Top 10 Overlooked Movies of the Last Five Years » Scene-Stealers

  • It seems clear to me that on his own Lucas is unable to temper his pulpiness.

    Pirates, Robots And Bull Whips: The Swashbucklin' George Lucas

  • Just know that the story doesn't deliver on any of it, and doesn't even approach the level of pulpiness it promises.

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  • Ah, it's not as cool as it sounds, I'm sorry to say, but it does maintain the pulpiness right through.

    SON OF THE WEREWOLF by Guy N. Smith (New English Library 1978)

  • Babbitt loved his mother, and sometimes he rather liked her, but he was annoyed by her Christian Patience, and he was reduced to pulpiness when she discoursed about a quite mythical hero called

    Babbit

  • Then touch, reaching up to the damp stickiness of her scalp, encountering a wet pulpiness as if her brain were exposed.

    SERPENT

  • It meant overcoming the intelligent person's resistance to the pulpiness, the corniness, and the general moral and aesthetic schmaltz of Hollywood movies, but without refining those things away by some type of critical alchemy.

    Finding It at the Movies

  • On the desk was a collapsed black carapace, covering a nasty smear of pulpiness from which colorless liquid dripped.

    The Complete Stories Vol 1

  • Babbitt loved his mother, and sometimes he rather liked her, but he was annoyed by her Christian Patience, and he was reduced to pulpiness when she discoursed about a quite mythical hero called “Your Father”: 39

    Chapter 18

  • Babbitt loved his mother, and sometimes he rather liked her, but he was annoyed by her Christian Patience, and he was reduced to pulpiness when she discoursed about a quite mythical hero called ` ` Your Father '':

    Babbitt

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