from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Inclined to run or flow: runny icing; a runny nose.
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- adj. fluid; capable of flowing
- adj. liable to run or drip
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characteristic of a fluid; capable of flowing and easily changing shape
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Marshmallows and strawberries, dipped in runny melted chocolate. mmmmmmm …
Luckily, the actor didn't have to contend with any makeup malfunctions, namely runny eyeliner.
Yes | No | Report from Jason wrote 1 year 50 weeks ago her comments were just plain stinkies, or maybe you prefer the word do-do, I'd rather call a runny potty mouth.
The word is runny, slippery, like the white of an egg.
The list of potential threats runs from temporary, minor nuisances such as runny noses and headaches to long-term risks such as cancer if contaminated seafood ends up in the marketplace.
The list of potential threats runs from minor nuisances such as runny noses and headaches to nausea.
Some of this stool liquefies (becomes 'runny') and leaks out of the anus.
The cookie dough was kind of runny, so I put it in the freezer for a bit before portioning them out and baking them.
I suppose it matters if it is "runny" or not, too.
These may be used for stuffy or 'runny' nose, especially if a person has (or often gets) infection of the inner ear.
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