sliminess

slimy

[slahy-mee]
adjective, slimier, slimiest.
1.
of or like slime.
2.
abounding in or covered with slime.
3.
offensively foul or vile.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see slime, -y1

slimily, adverb
sliminess, noun
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slimy (ˈslaɪmɪ)
 
adj , slimier, slimiest
1.  characterized by, covered with, containing, secreting, or resembling slime
2.  offensive or repulsive
3.  chiefly (Brit) characterized by servility
 
'slimily
 
adv
 
'sliminess
 
n

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