The sweet, subacid, mucilaginous juice is much esteemed as a pectoral.
He only allowed a spare diet of mucilaginous and acid drinks.
The fruit of the Malakabuyaw is ovoid and full of a mucilaginous pulp, aromatic and acid, the same as that of the Bael.
The seed pods contain a quantity of mucilaginous and saccharine matter, and are used as food for cattle.
The expressed juice was not limpid, but thick, mucilaginous and ropy.
The baobab is emollient and mucilaginous; the pulverized leaves constitute lalo, which the natives mix with their daily food.
The qualities of all the plants in this order are mucilaginous.
Its root is sweetish and mucilaginous, and is used as a substitute for liquorice (Indian liquorice).
The antheridia open by means of a cap cell or groups of cells with mucilaginous contents.
All plants communicate to water some mucilaginous material which is carried over along with it.
mucilaginous mu·ci·lag·i·nous (myōō'sə-lāj'ə-nəs)
Resembling mucilage; moist and sticky.