What is another word for gelatinous?

90 synonyms found


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Gelatinous is an adjective that refers to a jelly-like or sticky substance or texture. Synonyms for gelatinous include viscous, glutinous, gummy, sticky, tacky, adhesive, and adhesive. These words describe a substance or texture that is thick and sticky, much like gelatin. Other synonymous words include slimy, spongy, pulpy, and mucilaginous. These words are often used to describe substances that are soft, squishy, or flexible, such as certain foods, sea creatures, or plant materials. So, whenever you need to describe something as having a jelly-like or sticky texture, you can use any of the synonyms above to paint a vivid picture in the reader's mind.

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How to use "Gelatinous" in context?

Gelatinous substances are generally soft and wet, and are commonly used in food products and cosmetics to add texture, stability, and a chewy texture. When heated, gelatinous substances become less pliable and firm, and can form thick, jellied masses. Gelatinous substances can also be used as an effective solvent or as a binder in poultices and ointments.

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