adjective, pulp·i·er, pulp·i·est.
Related formspulp·i·ly, adverbpulp·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for pulpy
His pulpy brand of crime fiction will live on not only in paperback form, but also on the silver screen.Elmore Leonard’s Best Movie and TV Adaptations: ‘Out of Sight,’ ‘Get Shorty,’ ‘Justified,’ and More|Marlow Stern|August 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A pulpy perimeter of raw sewage encircled each village, which made walking into the forest to find some privacy an ordeal.Green Snot and Deadly Snakes: Napoleon Chagnon’s Anthropological Battles|Nick Romeo|February 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ramsay doubtless felt the need to make something extraordinary from this pulpy departure point.
We had also eaten the pulpy fruit of the pawpaw; but all these together we found to be but poor apologies for real bread.The Desert Home|Mayne Reid
I ran to it, and found a pulpy mass, with just form enough left to show it the body of a woman.Lilith|George MacDonald
Madman as he was in wrath, he never struck without direct provocation; there was none in this pulpy gentleness.The House with the Green Shutters|George Douglas Brown
The receptacle also never becomes soft and pulpy like that of the bread-fruit, but remains hard and stringy and unfit to eat.Botany for Ladies|Jane Loudon
With unruffled serenity she picked up a pulpy magazine-page from the ground in front of her and handed it to him.Little Eve Edgarton|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott