What is another word for Pulpous?

Pronunciation: [pˈʌlpəs] (IPA)

Pulpous is an adjective that describes something that has a soft, juicy, and pulpy consistency. There are several synonyms for this word, including mushy, spongy, fleshy, plump, succulent, and juicy. Mushy and spongy describe something that is soft and pliable, while fleshy and plump suggest something that is full and meaty. Succulent and juicy describe something that is moist and rich in flavor, often used to describe fruits and vegetables. Regardless of the synonym used, the word pulpous refers to something that is moist, yielding, and bursting with flavor. Whether describing food or the texture of an object, pulpous words bring vivid and descriptive imagery to the reader's mind.

Synonyms for Pulpous:

What are the hypernyms for Pulpous?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Pulpous

I had now entered the high, overhanging swamp, where the shaggy trees, the looping vines, and the rank, Pulpous undergrowth grew thick on both sides, reaching far back, a wet, heavy wilderness without a path, except for the silent feet of the mink and the otter, and the more silent feet of the creek, here a narrow stream winding darkly down through the shadows.
"Roof and Meadow"
Dallas Lore Sharp

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