glutinous

[gloot-n-uhs]
adjective
of the nature of glue; gluey; viscid; sticky.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; < Latin glūtinōsus gluey, sticky. See gluten, -ous

glutinously, adverb
glutinousness, glutinosity [gloot-n-os-i-tee] , noun
unglutinosity, noun
unglutinous, adjective
unglutinously, adverb
unglutinousness, noun

glutenous, glutinous, gluttonous.
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glutinous (ˈɡluːtɪnəs)
 
adj
resembling glue in texture; sticky
 
'glutinously
 
adv
 
'glutinousness
 
n
 
glutinosity
 
n

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glutinous glu·ti·nous (glōōt'n-əs)
adj.
Adhesive; sticky.


glu'ti·nous·ness or glu'ti·nos'i·ty (-ŏs'ĭ-tē) n.
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Example sentences
Villagers set out in boats, throwing glutinous rice cakes into the water to
  distract the fish from his body.
When the glutinous rice starts to smoke and blister, it's done.
Then for days he hovers over his glutinous brood, waiting for the first
  fingerlings to emerge, pouncing on any intruders.
As the rocks plopped into the mash, they sent up jets of steam and glutinous
  bubbles, until the whole kettle was boiling.
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