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  • adjective Alternative spelling of glutinous.


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  • Apparently he and John Barr - the famous fly tier and bass aficionado were fly fishing some gravel pits just north and east of Boulder, Co. when Cliff hooked this glutenous fish the other day.

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  • The glutenous, greedy insurance cos are praying these ads frighten and sway you into thinking this is what the majority of Americans want.

    New $2 million health care ad campaign unveiled

  • I had a lot of trouble reading when I was kid despite being in a home of glutenous readers.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • Because, you see, the thing I dislike most about my home-baked breads is the glutenous texture of them (why is it glutinous in the spellcheck and not glutenous?).

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  • One search result, however, kept rearing its glutenous head: an intolerance to gluten, the protein found in wheat, barley, rye and possibly oats.

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • Like most Japanese pastries, it is made from glutenous rice and is filled with an azuki bean paste.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Note - 1. The batter will be more glutenous than the rice batter.

    Whole Wheat Appam

  • She went gluten free last week while visiting grandma, and will continue here, as we have begun ridding the house of all things glutenous.

    How To Start Living Gluten-Free

  • The glutenous rice was the perfect consistency to caress the bean flavor of the anko, while the saltiness from the leaves heightened the sweetness.

    April 2005

  • It is extra-sticky and the Japanese call it 'mochi gome' or 'rice cake rice', since it's so glutenous that it is the rice of choice when making mochi.

    Archive 2005-04-01


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  • Next this marble venom'd seat

    Smear'd with gumms of glutenous heat

    I touch with chaste palms moist and cold,

    Now the spell hath lost his hold ...

    Milton, Comus

    December 16, 2006