It also gives it an oleaginous mouthfeel that I don't like in soup.
Kissinger, at his oleaginous best, tries to reassure Nixon that, whatever the press says, the bombing achieved its intention.
“You are a great man,” Arafat said, turning on his insincere, oleaginous charm.
She will almost never be praised in public except by oleaginous flatterers desperate for social advantage.
Each kernel contains another of the size of a hemp seed, which from its oleaginous nature is converted into oil.
Religion is for the oleaginous, the fat-bellied, chylesaturated devotees of the table.
"That's part of my business," he heard Burnham say in his sleek, oleaginous accents.
The presence of soluble salts in an emulsion is apt to occasion the separation of the oleaginous portion.
From the wardrobe of the actress that she was, she snatched at an oleaginous mask and with the mucilage of it smiled at him.
oleaginous matter floated on its surface, with which the Indians anointed their heads.
oleaginous o·le·ag·i·nous (ō'lē-āj'ə-nəs)