from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or resembling rubber; elastic.
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- adj. Of, relating to, or resembling rubber, especially in consistency.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. difficult to chew
- adj. having an elastic texture resembling rubber in flexibility or toughness
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In addition to being tart, they are firmer than freshly boiled eggs; the white is sometimes described as rubbery.
I also think the haddock, which has been simmered for 15 minutes, has gone a bit rubbery, which is a shame.
Different crops and varieties of the absolute smell differently – some are powdery, soft and sweet, other have a slightly green overtones, and the harshest ones have been described as rubbery and almost medicinal.
Now admittedly, one guy pointed out that my science was rubbery, which is true, but all of them said it was a good read and it was *complete,* which is the important thing.
Every time I've cooked it, sturgeon tasted kind of rubbery and bland.
I prefer that version, thicker and more "rubbery", lol.
The "rubbery" icing product used by Lauri Ditunno is called Sugar Veil www.sugarveil.com.
I love the one with coffin-shaped tiers, and the spiderweb "rubbery" icing.
I on the other hand lived in New York, where the sidewalks were covered with ice half the year, and by the time I went to Washington Square Park to skate on those asphalt mounds the city had covered them in some kind of rubbery material and I looked and felt like I was trying to trudge through a flood of maple syrup.
Basically, I don't think this kind of rubbery animation could have been achieved if the show was animated entirely in the U.S. - as I said before, from what little I can infer, TV cartoon budgets would have had to have been ten times higher.