Slimy – meaning of the word and examples

Covered in slime. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you describe a person or their manner as slimy, you mean that they appear to be friendly but in a way you find unpleasant. (Cambridge Dictionary)

of, relating to, or resembling slime: Viscous. (Merriam – Webster)

Covered by or resembling slime. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Repellently smooth and obsequious. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Slimy substances are thick, wet, and unpleasant. Slimy objects are covered in a slimy substance. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Something Slimy: Adirondack Algae.

https://www.adirondackalmanack.com/2011/07/something-slimy-adirondack-algae.html

Not so slimy snakes.

https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/not_so_slimy_snakes

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