This plant will be recognized by its smoky or grayish color, umbilicate pileus, and viscid stem.
It is only partially soluble in water, forming a viscid mucilage.
Through the viscid atmosphere he cut his way in sprightly fashion.
The stem is soon hollow, two to three inches long, viscid, pallid.
Mistletoe, with its viscid leaves, droops from every fork of the branches where moisture settles.
viscid: sticky: covered with a shiny, resinous or greasy matter.
There is great disposition to the accumulation of viscid, discolored mucus on the surface of the mucous membrane.
These glands secrete a viscid juice at the time of anthesis.
In other cases there is a free secretion of viscid matter, which often glues the eyelids together.
The alkali salts have only been obtained as viscid residues.
viscid vis·cid (vĭs'ĭd)
Thick and adhesive. Used of a fluid.
Covered with a sticky coating.