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- n. Viscosity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being viscous; viscosity.
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- n. resistance of a liquid to shear forces (and hence to flow)
Notice the basic meanness and viscousness of his reply.
These memes played a large role in fueling ideas of ethinic self determination and further explained a lot of the viscousness of nineteenth/twentieth century conflict.
Deep, with monstrous levels of extract and viscousness, this superb, multilayered, fabulously concentrated Shiraz has managed to retain its harmony and balance.
But I'm wondering about the viscousness, for lack of a better word, of the way the media has turned on this thing.
This Matter being in a fermentation, there arose some Bubbles by reason of its viscousness, and it chanc'd that in the midst of it there was a viscous
BRILLAT SAVARIN says, that raw flesh has but one inconvenience, — from its viscousness it attaches itself to the teeth.
Schafer's death stunned many in the community because of the viscousness of the attack in which the shark apparently targeted the kiteboarder as opposed to accidentally biting him in search of a fish.
It's a savoury salty delight, with the colour and viscousness of ketjap manis but a distinctly different flavour.