adjective, glair·i·er, glair·i·est.
Examples from the Web for glairy
An automatic in each hand, Stern scrambled to the glairy summit of the fortification.Darkness and Dawn|George Allan England
The glairy fluid of colloid carcinoma oozes from the cut surface of the tumor, bathes it, and is to be found in the intestine.
Its function is that of supplying the involved passages with moisture, and it secretes a glairy or watery substance called mucus.The Voice|Frank E. Miller
The cyst is filled with a glairy mucoid fluid, and may contain one or more unerupted teeth (Fig. 252).
The colloid exudations are glairy, semi-solid, jelly-like masses, infiltrating the tissues.