Leno's face, although it glows with the rubbery health of the often-exfoliated, is falling, and jowls are begging to form.
His head whirled, his arms and legs were suddenly weak and rubbery.
It was heavy, rubbery, and elastic, stretching readily as he pulled it.
They were milling about, for it was still too soon after the night's chill to sit down or lie on the rubbery red sward.
Well there's only one answer to that: the rubbery resilience of the surface.
Reaction set in at once, and his legs felt so rubbery he had to put a hand against the wall for support.
He tried to stand, but his legs were rubbery and he sat down quickly.
The rubbery hands of the autobath were soft and massaged him gently and expertly.
Dry cheeses are usually harsh, tough and rubbery in texture.
Common name for young, green, cracked, leathery or rubbery low-grade store cheese fit only to bait traps.