You should get a texture between a paste and a sauce (not too watery).
The most peculiar features are two messy pools of watery blood, which run into each other across the small of the back.
watery eyed and visibly upset, Ricardo Flores shielded himself behind dark sunglasses.
Mansfield Frazier on the dangerous idiocy of putting nature's predators in watery zoos.
Tall, dark, and handsome with an olive complexion and watery blue eyes, Loeb comes from a well-heeled family.
I scarce had courage to look into the river lest the white face of a woman should appear through the watery depths.
watery or dirty; applied to weather, as "a blashy day," a wet day.
He has a sallow skin, a watery eye, a shambling gait, but he has the facts.
The rotting of a corpse in a watery grave was not so fearful.
Tom Wheelock's eyes were watery, but there was a snap in them as he signed to Prescott and laid his hands on the wheel.
watery wa·ter·y (wô'tə-rē)
adj. wa·ter·i·er, wa·ter·i·est
Filled with, consisting of, or soaked with water; wet or soggy.
Secreting or discharging water or watery fluid, especially as a symptom of disease.