- slabber + -y (Wiktionary)
“River sand/Was the one clean thing that stayed itself/In that slabbery, clabbery, wintry, puddled ground.”
“As he scraped and shovelled the slabbery dung he remembered: "For too long the Catholics of Ulster have been the hewers of wood and the drawers of water.”
“The shell indeed is a noble dish, as it contains all the fine parts of the Turtle baked within its own body; here is the green fat, not the slabbery thing my stomach used to stand at, but firm and more delicate than it is possible to describe.”
“Our frost is broken since yesterday, and it is very slabbery;  yet I walked to the City and dined, and ordered some things with the printer.”
“All this concrete and steal is normal for the region: Most houses are made of either wattle and daub or steal reinforced concrete slabbery, with nothing in between.”
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