Slime



noun
1.
thin, glutinous mud.
2.
any ropy or viscous liquid matter, especially of a foul kind.
3.
a viscous secretion of animal or vegetable origin.
4.
Also called slimeball [slahym-bawl] /ˈslaɪmˌbɔl/ (Show IPA). Slang. a repulsive or despicable person.
verb (used with object), slimed, sliming.
5.
to cover or smear with or as if with slime.
6.
to remove slime from, as fish for canning.
noun
1.
soft thin runny mud or filth
2.
any moist viscous fluid, esp when noxious or unpleasant
3.
a mucous substance produced by various organisms, such as fish, slugs, and fungi
verb (transitive)
4.
to cover with slime
5.
to remove slime from (fish) before canning
slime
(slīm)
A slippery or sticky mucous substance secreted by certain animals, such as slugs or snails.
slide

(Gen. 11:3; LXX., “asphalt;” R.V. marg., “bitumen”). The vale of Siddim was full of slime pits (14:10). Jochebed daubed the “ark of bulrushes” with slime (Ex. 2:3). (See PITCH.)

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