Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of mealy: more mealy

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Examples

  • In early days, bricks would be fired in stationary, beehive-shaped kilns, and many bricks cooked like a rare hamburger, with the inside softer and mealier than the outside.

    Brickmaking employs methods old and new

  • This sweeter and mealier bean will allow many culinary delights.

    Old Rice/New Rice....Old Beans/New Beans

  • I think a tart apple is always better for baking than a sweet apple, and a firm-flesh, crisp apple is better than a softer, mealier variety.

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  • I think a tart apple is always better for baking than a sweet apple, and a firm-flesh, crisp apple is better than a softer, mealier variety.

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