spongy substance n.
See spongy bone.
Seeds numerous, very large, winged, embedded in a spongy substance.
There will be left in the retort a charred, spongy substance.
We find the stem is filled with a spongy substance, and we can now see more clearly the position of the gills.
The spongy substance from the sides should be taken off, also the sand bag.
Remove the spongy substance from each side of the crab, and also the little sand-bag.
With this variety, lift up the points on each side of the back shell and remove the spongy substance that is found under them.
Be careful not to destroy the spongy substance below the nails, as that is the great guard to prevent them going into the quick.
Prepare the crabs by removing the apron and the spongy substance under the shell of each crab.
Only their fingers were loose beneath the spongy substance to work arm controls.
The spongy substance forming the electrode must be free from any trace of electrolytic substances.