pulpous

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

pulp +‎ -ous. Cf. also Late Latin pulpōsus.

Adjective[edit]

pulpous (comparative more pulpous, superlative most pulpous)

  1. pulpy, soft
    • 1927, Official gazette of the United States Patent Office (volume 354)
      A method of coating a core in strand form with pulp, which consists in collecting pulpous material from liquid suspension, positioning the core adjacent said material, depositing additional pulpous material on the core []