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- adj. Resembling or characteristic of jelly; jellylike.
(And there's some wild stuff to quote, about ghosts and the Lemurians, the jellyish beings who inhabited Atlantis.)
Jelly Belly tasting bar where you can stand and request flavors until your own belly is pretty jellyish.
I smiled kindly through my rolled-down window, acknowledging my fellow artists, my bruises hidden by my disguise, and my smile was met by a specimen out of Brueghel—the woman, in her fifties, had a long, jellyish nose, gray teeth, and copper, wiry hair that had a life of its own and not a very pleasant life at that.
Lt. Charles Gallant of the Rye Fire Department said the jellyish was "about the size of a trash can cover," and it started to fall apart when park staffers tried to remove it from the water.
Lieutenant Charles Gallant of the Rye Fire Department said the jellyish started to fall apart when park staffers tried to remove it from the water.
Would anybody really wish to get rid of terms like mansuetude (an almost onomatopoeic word for gentleness) or niddering (a jellyish synonym for cowardly)?