mealy

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  • So he will come down at last in his old-fashioned, mealy coat. Cited from Hyperion, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Its mealy-looking contents are removed, and the case reported by the smith. Cited from Diseases of the Horse's Foot, by Harry Caulton Reeks
  • We soon learned to know when they were in their prime, and when over-ripe and mealy. Cited from The Story of My Boyhood and Youth, by John Muir
  • I don't know why we should be more mealy-mouthed than they are at the settlement. Cited from The Heritage of Dedlow Marsh etc, by Bret Harte 11
  • Occasionally he picked out a familiar voice, and once he heard Mealy Jones call his name. Cited from The Court of Boyville, by William Allen White
  • Best try and be honest if you can, you and your mealy-mug brother. Cited from Reginald Cruden, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • Its afternoon mealy about four o'clock, the same diet as formed the breakfast. Cited from The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease, by Bull
  • They were larger than hen's eggs and came upon the table mealy and white. Cited from Hiram The Young Farmer, by Burbank L. Todd
  • On the way, she sees David and Mealy running to make their next shift.
  • Mealy was glad when the group came to the deep shade of the woods and walked slowly. Cited from The Court of Boyville, by William Allen White
  • By either method they will be dry and mealy. Cited from Science in the Kitchen, by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
  • He observed that she got up and changed her seat to be rid of Mealy Jones. Cited from The Court of Boyville, by William Allen White
  • Those who have eaten them, say they are mealy and white, looking like large snow-balls when brought upon the table. Cited from The American Frugal Housewife, by Lydia M. Child
  • His face was very full, and of a sort of dry, mealy pallor. Cited from Tales of Two Countries, by Alexander Kielland
  • It has a firm white flesh that becomes soft and mealy extremely quickly as its season declines.
  • Mealy looked around; no one was in sight. Cited from The Court of Boyville, by William Allen White
  • I was not mealy-mouthed, and those who heard the beginning could hardly avoid listening to the end. Cited from The Journal of Sir Walter Scott, by Walter Scott
  • Not until the stranger walked down to the water's edge where Mealy sat did the other boys spy him. Cited from The Court of Boyville, by William Allen White
  • I have talent and there is no use in being mealy-mouthed over it. Cited from Molly Brown's Orchard Home, by Nell Speed
  • Ten minutes makes the yolks hard and soggy; twenty makes them light and mealy. Cited from Miss Parloa's New Cook Book, by Maria Parloa
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Meaning of mealy

  • adjective Containing meal or made of meal