pulpy (part of speech: adjective)
- Put the oatmeal, with a little salt, into a basin, and mix with it quickly a teacupful of the fat broth: it should not run into one doughy mass, but form knots. - "The Book of Household Management", Mrs. Isabella Beeton.
- As an old neighbour explained to me, " You can cut the newest bread with a wooden knife, whereas the doughy crumb of the bread would stick to a steel one." - "Grain and Chaff from an English Manor", Arthur H. Savory.
- This form will be marked by great constitutional disturbance, and the eruption coming out earlier than in the milder form; instead of being distinct, that is, each pimple standing distinct and separate one from the other, they will coalesce, and appear flat and doughy, not prominent: they will more particularly run into each other on the face, where they will form one continuous bag, which soon becoming a sore, will discharge copiously. - "The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Disease.", Thomas Bull, M.D..