what grass remained was slimed over with pale brown mud
A moist, soft, and slippery substance, typically regarded as repulsive
the cold stone was wet with slime
cover or stain with slime; "The snake slimed his victim"
sludge: any thick, viscous matter
SLIME, the Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs, is an Emacs mode for developing Common Lisp applications. SLIME originates in an Emacs mode called SLIM written by Eric Marsden and developed as an open-source project by Luke Gorrie and Helmut Eller. ...
Slime was a German punk rock band, founded in 1979 and disbanded in 1994. The pre-Slime band was called Screamer, and the post-Slime band is – contrary to the occasional rumors – not Emils (Slime backwards), but Rubberslime, with the member Elf.
Slime mold (or slime mould, see spelling differences) is a broad term describing fungus-like organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi, but are no longer considered part of this kingdom.
The Slime is the mascot of the Dragon Quest console role-playing game franchise. Designed by Akira Toriyama of Dragon Ball fame, the basic slime resembles a water drop with two large eyes and a big smile. ...
Slime was a toy product manufactured by Mattel and introduced in the winter of 1976. Slime consisted of a viscous, oozing green material made primarily from guar gum and sold in a plastic trash can. ...
You Can't Do That on Television (abbreviated YCDTOTV) is a Canadian television program that first aired locally in 1979 before ultimately airing internationally in 1981. ...
Soft, moist earth or clay, having an adhesive quality; viscous mud; any substance of a dirty nature, that is moist, soft, and adhesive; bitumen; mud containing metallic ore, obtained in the preparatory dressing; Any mucilaginous substance; or a mucus-like substance which exudes from the bodies ...
(Slimes) Slurry of fine solids; material to be filtered. Also referred to as concentrate, feed, influent, intake, liquor, mud, prefilt, pulp, or sludge.
(Slimes) The fine fraction of tailings discharged from a processing plant without being treated; in the case of diamonds, usually that fraction which is less than 1mm in size.
(Slimes) The fine fraction of waste material discharged from the mill after valuable minerals have been recovered or the metallic compounds left in the bath during electrolytic refining of metals.
(Slimes) Waste fines usually in the form of clay particles. Desliming involves the removal of very fine material from wash water or slurry.
(slimes) Material of silt or clay in size, resulting from the washing, concentration, or treatment of ground ore.
A brand name for a popular type of tire sealant. It's a liquid that's squeezed into bicycle tubes to prevent flats. When you run over something that pokes a hole in the tube, escaping air forces the sealant into the hole, closing it a repairing the puncture.
(Gen 11:3; LXX., "asphalt;" R.V. marg., "bitumen"). The vale of Siddim was full of slime pits (Gen 14:10). Jochebed daubed the "ark of bulrushes" with slime (Exo 2:3). (See PITCH.)
The easiest enemy in most RPGs is some type of slime.
(1) A material of extremely fine particle size encountered in ore treatment. (2) A mixture of metals and some insoluble compounds that forms on the anode in electrolysis.
Slime acts the same as water, lemmings will drown when they fall into it, so try to avoid it.
A slick, vicious and repulsive smelling substance that is secreted from corrupt politicians. Also the overlying cloud formation that positions itself above Capitol Hill.
Any of numerous substances of viscous organic nature that are usually formed from microbial growth and that attach themselves to other objects, forming a coating.
Gelation product of PVA and Borax.
¤ Pet slime, by sepehrnoor
manufactured by Synapse Software 820 Coventry Rd. Kensington, CA 94707 (415) 527-7751, is released for the Atari line of home computers. A version for the TI-99/4A, renamed Super Storm, is said to be in the works also. In Slime "the Plexarian Invincibles threaten all life on Earth. ...