What is another word for slurry?

45 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ slˈʌɹi], [ slˈʌɹi], [ s_l_ˈʌ_ɹ_i]

Slurry is a term used to describe a mixture of substances, usually liquid and solid, that has a thick and muddy consistency. Some synonyms for slurry include pulp, mud, paste, and emulsion. Pulp is commonly used to describe a wet mixture of wood fibers and water, used in the production of paper. Mud is often used to describe a mixture of soil, water, and other organic matter. Paste is used to describe a thick, smooth mixture of a substance, such as glue or toothpaste. Emulsion is a mixture of two or more liquids that don't typically mix, such as oil and water, which are broken down into small droplets to create a stable mixture.

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Usage examples for Slurry

"Yes indeed, suh," says she, sort of soft and slurry.
"Wilt Thou Torchy"
Sewell Ford
Small groups were marched along to the brickworks, a somewhat over stated term, where some Arabs were mixing up a dough-like slurry that was then put into wooden moulds, something that had been done by their forbears for the last three or four millenia.
"Coming of Age: 1939-1946"
John Cox

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