One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The former is established at the library table with some paper work he's brought home from the office, while the latter, gelatinously athwart the davenport, somewhat sluggishly glances through a volume of vigorous fiction.’
- ‘His nurse entered with a gelatinously floppy bag of IV fluid to hang.’
- ‘Every dish we sampled was simply exquisite, reaching that point of just perfectly cooked without every appearing rubberily overdone or (what I hate most) gelatinously undercooked.’
- ‘Other dishes quickly followed, including an octopus carpaccio in which the tentacles had been bound gelatinously together and sliced into what looked like headcheese, and a homemade gnocchi in a subtle pork ragu.’
- ‘Half of my breakfast is, indeed, sticking gelatinously to my toes and fingers.’
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