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The consistence very much resembles milk, only it is thicker and viscid.
It had the appearance of a viscid fluid, tapering in its descent, proceeding from the cloud to join the sea.
Madame Merian has figured an onisciform one, the legs of which, she says, are covered with a viscid skin: this produced a Noctua.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
A strange mass was covering the top of the earth-borer—something that looked like a heap of viscid, whitish jelly.Astounding Stories, April, 1931|Various
Chlorine gas immediately decomposes it, producing a viscid mass.A Treatise on Hat-Making and Felting|John Thomson