The tenderloin is rare when soft and spongy, and it becomes firmer as it reaches medium to well done.
But last fall it seemed as if the spongy, sickly-sweet confections would disappear from the face of the earth.
The half-circle of bread gets squeezed open to become a pocket like a huge, spongy pita.
Pod very long and linear, completely 2-celled by a spongy false partition; seeds crestless.
The stem is shorter than the diameter of the cap, smooth, white, and solid or spongy.
Entire surface of the spongy shell covered with simple radial bristles, without spathill.
The track that was parched and spongy has now become soft and slippery.
They are hardest and most solid on their surfaces, and hollow, or spongy, inside.
But the wood was decayed; it was so soft and spongy it would not support his weight.
spongy framework compact, with small meshes, its thickness equal to half the length of the outer ellipsoidal medullary shell.
spongy spong·y (spŭn'jē)
Resembling a sponge in appearance, elasticity, or porosity.