It somewhat resembled meat and was drowned in a gelatinous brown goop meant to approximate gravy.
Free ciliated sphere, the cells of which are connectedby a gelatinous mass.
Some was liquid and some gelatinous, and some firm like bread or biscuit.
It consists of very minute oval green cells, with thick walls, and imbedded in the ends of prolongations of a gelatinous matrix.
If some of the gelatinous parts of meat be added, the broth is then of a rich and nutritious quality, and can be made very cheap.
These hatch in eight or ten days, gradually absorb their gelatinous surroundings, and the tiny tadpoles issue forth.
The whole plant is gelatinous, with the exception, occasionally, of the nucleus.
The product is marketed chiefly at Hongkong, where it is used in making the gelatinous soups for which the Chinese are so famous.
Ouida, for all her femininity, was more than this feline and gelatinous New Englander.
The soft and gelatinous shell of that monster dripped clear oil for three months, and actually yielded several gallons.
gelatinous ge·lat·i·nous (jə-lāt'n-əs)
Of, relating to, or containing gelatin.
Resembling gelatin; viscous.