noun, plural slur·ries.
verb (used with object), slur·ried, slur·ry·ing.
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To use, bring the sauce to a boil for maximum thickening power, slowly add the slurry while stirring, and cook for only a minute or two as prolonged heat can cause the starch to break down and thin out the sauce again.Sauce, gravy or stew too thin? We’ve got 3 ways to fix that.|Aaron Hutcherson|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
The nuggets will be created by first putting down a layer of extruded plant protein engineered to produce a more realistic meat-like texture instead of a kind of slurry.Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended”|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Indeed, there are whole generations who only know him in his slurry buccaneer phase from Pirates of the Caribbean.Exile on Sesame Street: Keith Richards Writes a Kids’ Book|Malcolm Jones|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Volcanoes spewed lava and ash, ocean floors were thrust upward, sand and rock and shale settled into slurry.Napa’s Earthquake Is Not The Only Thing Shaking The Vineyards|Clive Irving|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Slurry, slur′i, n. any one of several semi-fluid mixtures, esp.
These streams fill the channel with a slurry of mud and commonly transport considerable quantities of sediment for a day or two.Deserts|A. S. Walker
Fresh slurry is run on to the drying floors, and the kiln is started.
At the upper end the raw material is fed in either as a dry powder or as a slurry; at the lower end is a powerful burner.