syrupy

[sir-uh-pee, sur-]
adjective
1.
having the appearance or quality of syrup; thick or sweet: syrupy coffee.
2.
sentimental or saccharine; mawkish: a syrupy manner; a syrupy poem.
Also, sirupy.


Origin:
1700–10; syrup + -y1

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syrupy (ˈsɪrəpɪ)
 
adj
1.  (of a liquid) thick or sweet
2.  cloyingly sentimental: a syrupy version of the Blue Danube

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Example sentences
If you must get syrupy, choose ones with no preservatives or artificial flavors.
Be warned: the syrupy sludge at the bottom of each cup packs a kick.
Lactic acid-a colorless or slightly yellow, syrupy liquid-is naturally formed
  by the fermentation of lactose, or milk sugar.
The syrupy fruit on the bottom of some brands can add a lot of empty calories.
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