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pulpy

 [pul´pe]
soft; of the consistency of pulp.

pulp·y

(pŭl'pē),
In the condition of a soft, moist solid.
Synonym(s): pulposus

pulp·y

(pŭl'pē)
In the condition of a soft, moist solid.
References in classic literature ?
If you look closely you observe that first there pushes forward from the thawing mass a stream of softened sand with a drop-like point, like the ball of the finger, feeling its way slowly and blindly downward, until at last with more heat and moisture, as the sun gets higher, the most fluid portion, in its effort to obey the law to which the most inert also yields, separates from the latter and forms for itself a meandering channel or artery within that, in which is seen a little silvery stream glancing like lightning from one stage of pulpy leaves or branches to another, and ever and anon swallowed up in the sand.
The pulpy remnant he dropped back into the pan and turned away, and I had a sharp vision of how it might have fared with me had the monster put his real strength upon me.
Nor was it that the figs were moist and pulpy, or that the French plums blushed in modest tartness from their highly-decorated boxes, or that everything was good to eat and in its Christmas dress; but the customers were all so hurried and so eager in the hopeful promise of the day, that they tumbled up against each other at the door, crashing their wicker baskets wildly, and left their purchases upon the counter, and came running back to fetch them, and committed hundreds of the like mistakes, in the best humour possible; while the Grocer and his people were so frank and fresh that the polished hearts with which they fastened their aprons behind might have been their own, worn outside for general inspection, and for Christmas daws to peck at if they chose.
Oliver Stone returns to the world of highlystylised pulpy crime for an engaging damsel-in-distress potboiler.
Input from numerous international scholars helps offset the polished package's slightly pulpy tenor; re-enactment scenes are elaborate.
Meanwhile put the chopped tomatoes into a small pan with the garlic and lemon zest and allow to simmer uncovered for 20 minutes until thick and pulpy.
There's also a useful sieve if you don't want the pulpy bits.
The net effect of these features is very gentle product treatment and longer run times for fibrous, particulate and pulpy products.
Rialto: Untouchable (East West) Dreamy guitars, Bowie-ish vocals and Pulpy lyrics make this radio-friendly croonathon a potential chart topper in my book.
Bring to the boil, add the wine and simmer gently for 20 minutes till thickened and pulpy. Make the cheese sauce while the tomato sauce is simmering.
A GLASS of orange juice with your breakfast is good for you, especially if it's freshly squeezed and pulpy like a smoothie.