glutinant

[ gloot-n-uhnt ]
/ ˈglut n ənt /

noun

a nematocyst that discharges a thread covered with a sticky secretion.

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Origin of glutinant

1675–85; <Latin glūtinant- (stem of glūtināns), present participle of glūtināre to glue. See gluten, -ant
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