pulpy

[puhl-pee]
adjective, pulpier, pulpiest.
1.
pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling pulp; fleshy or soft.
2.
pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling magazines or books considered pulp; sensationalistic; trashy.

Origin:
1585–95; pulp + -y1

pulpily, adverb
pulpiness, noun
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pulpy (ˈpʌlpɪ)
 
adj , pulpier, pulpiest
having a soft or soggy consistency
 
pulpily
 
adv
 
pulpiness
 
n

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Example sentences
Warts are typically white in color, and are soft and pulpy in texture.
Other native fruits are guava and guanabana, a tart, pulpy fruit.
We'll be sharpening up the blades and turning them toward the pulpy flesh of a
  sheet of paper.
When the wet, pulpy sheets shredded in his hands, my father resorted to the
  spatula he used for flipping pancakes.
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