syrupy


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syr·up·y

(sir'ŭ-pē),
Relating to syrup; of the consistency of syrup.
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Tip the coconut milk into the pan with a pinch of salt, stir into the sugar and bubble until syrupy. Divide between two bowls, top with the caramelised bananas, then add a scoop of ice cream and scatter with toasted coconut.
It's not a patch on March Of The Penguins or the recent Earth, thanks to a syrupy script, an inclination towards the sentimental and a mortifying use of music - We Are Family plays over one scene showing a herd of walruses on an ice floe.
CHRISTMAS is coming, paycheques are getting fat and Hollywood put more than a penny in Vince Vaughn's hat to get him to sign on for this syrupy Santa story.
Syrupy and over-sentimental, it tries too hard to appeal to very young children, making it bland beyond belief for everyone else.
Simmer until the water has evaporated and you are left with a syrupy semi-crystallised zest.
The eventual, painful revelations are as nothing, though, to our own mental distress, confronted with that syrupy denouement.
Sheer tones work well, brushed with gloss for a syrupy finish.
However, director Chris Columbus, who will direct the new Harry Potter movie, strings together one syrupy moment after the next.
It's made with water taken from Loch Glass and is syrupy in texture.
With its odd view of England and a looser grasp of London geography than Patriot Games, this is dreadfully syrupy stuff.
Increase the heat and boil the liquid until darkened and syrupy. Put a waffle in the centre of each dessert plate and set a pear on top.