Definition of Ropy. Meaning of Ropy. Synonyms of Ropy

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Definition of Ropy

Ropy
Ropy Rop"y, a. capable of being drawn into a thread, as a glutinous substance; stringy; viscous; tenacious; glutinous; as ropy sirup; ropy lees.

Meaning of Ropy from wikipedia

- brown, coffee brown to dark brown, or almost black Soft, becoming sticky to ropy Slightly to pronounced putrid odor Lies uniformly flat on lower side of cell...
- March 2016 against Ethiopia. On 9 December 2018 Ghezzal partnered with Phil Ropy and appeared on the Sport dans la Ville digital philanthropy card. The digital...
- Rankin designed a digital philanthropy card in collaboration with Phil Ropy for Surfrider Foundation Europe. The card features the environmental non-profit...
- beer. Increased viscosity in wines is known as ropiness. Ropiness is a common type of spoilage in wines. Ropy wines have an oily or slimy appearance and higher...
- (February 8, 2018). "Fifty Shades Freed review: painful, prissy, and even ropier than the last one". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group. Retrieved February...
- 005 to 0.01% residual sugar) and afflict seemingly "dry" wines. While "ropiness" can occur in the barrel or tank, it is often observed in the wines several...
- sulfur dioxide during the crushing step to reduce early bacterial growth. Ropiness is manifested as an increase in viscosity and a slimey or fatty mouthfeel...
- with a crumpled appearance PahoehoeBasaltic lava with a flowing, often ropy appearance Basaltic trachyandesite Mugearite – Oligoclase-bearing basalt...
- verb filer, meaning (among other things) "to turn into threads", "to become ropy". The name may derive from the word "ki ngombo", often shortened to "gombo"...
- spelled pahoehoe, is basaltic lava that has a smooth, billowy, undulating, or ropy surface. These surface features are due to the movement of very fluid lava...
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