Also glair·e·ous [glair-ee-uh s] /ˈglɛər i əs/.
Origin of glairy
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Examples from the Web for glairy
And, while we are about it, you know that old Ingres turns me sick with his glairy painting.His Masterpiece
The glairy fluid of colloid carcinoma oozes from the cut surface of the tumor, bathes it, and is to be found in the intestine.
The adjective “glairy” is used of substances having the viscous and transparent consistency of the white of an egg.
On the surface grows a glairy Alga, which was once all green but now festers in yellow patches and causes a horrible stench.The Journal of a Disappointed Man
Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
An automatic in each hand, Stern scrambled to the glairy summit of the fortification.Darkness and Dawn
George Allan England