from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the manner of gelatin or jelly; so as to be gelatinous.
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Steve called him Shark not out of respect or because he was always moving, but because his eyes were so far apart and his hair was gelatinously plastered along his skull so that he vaguely looked like a shark if you were squinting.
Very similar preparation, for another very gelatinously good bit of not-so- costly meat.
Very similar preparation, for another very gelatinously good bit of not-so - costly meat.
The movement caused the fat one to shimmy gelatinously.
"Hawaii," gelatinously naughty and insinuating of hip.
She had expostulated gelatinously about 'this marriage which was no marriage.'