OTHER WORDS FROM mucilaginousmu·ci·lag·i·nous·ly, adverbnon·mu·ci·lag·i·nous, adjective
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The first is contained in great abundance in flax and cotton-seed, the sun-flower, and many other of the mucilaginous seeds.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
Taste: Slightly acid and mucilaginous when raw; after cooking somewhat suggesting white meat of chicken.Our Edible Toadstools and Mushrooms and How to Distinguish Them|William Hamilton Gibson
He mentions the mucilaginous testa possessed by many seeds, but which only becomes noticeable when they have been moistened.
It also exudes from the articulations of its abdomen a yellow mucilaginous liquid, of a pungent and disagreeable odour.The Insect World|Louis Figuier
All plants communicate to water some mucilaginous material which is carried over along with it.Discovery of Oxygen, Part 2|Carl Wilhelm Scheele