rubbery

[ruhb-uh-ree]
adjective
like rubber; elastic; tough.

Origin:
1905–10; rubber1 + -y1

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rubbery (ˈrʌbərɪ)
 
adj
having the texture of or resembling rubber, esp in flexibility or toughness

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Example sentences
They then tried to haul it aboard, unintentionally separating the tentacled
  head from the rubbery tail sheath.
The rubbery surface allows the applied mechanical stress of footsteps to
  produce piezoelectricity.
His third was to add rubbery dots that keep the pencils from slipping out of
  sweaty little hands.
Any less salt and the ham would be reduced to a rubbery slab.
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