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- adj. thick; viscous
- adj. sloppy; slimy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Thick; viscous.
- adj. Sloppy; slimy; miry. See Sloppy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Thick; viscous.
- Wet; muddy; slimy; sloppy. Bad slabby weather to-day.
- Consisting of slabs, or resembling a slab or series of slabs.
Let me demonstrate by lying down on this cold, slabby marble.
The man that strolled along behind them would've made up the mass of the two women added together, tall, slabby, razor-cut black hair, hot green eyes, aquiline nose, just the way you'd imagine a man called Command-Pilot Ta-Den Okitas would look.
Streams have cut down into the limestone, but the gorge talus slopes are composed of colluvium with huge angular, slabby blocks of sandstone.
The fountain has long since been buried under a slabby parking garage, but many of the terminals remain.
I can relate to this one: ... driving with my Mack, who was a very long slabby dog, and when I was in paying for my gas, the teller asked me how many dogs I had in the car.
For as floods of water glide over the close grounds, nor make them slabby, but quickly sink into the open and chapped fields; thus wine, being sucked in by the dry parts, lies and works in the bodies of old men.
It froze again, and the slabby stones of the valley became iced.
Very warm slabby weather, but I made a shift to get a walk; yet I lost half of it, by shaking off Lord Rochester,  who is a good, civil, simple man.
The blood was running down his chin onto his slabby jowls.
All five were big, heavy men, with that hard, slabby fat which is almost muscle but not quite.