1. small meat pie or turnover
1. resembling paste in color; pallid;
2. having the properties of glue
My complexion remained pale and pasty.
Ron Freeman appeared pasty faced and nervous.
She rolled the pasty flat.
A pasty yellow juice instead of a clear one can be squeezed from strobil.
Cornish pasty ( small pie consisting of pastry filled with meat and vegetables )
Urine ( white part of droppings ) turns yellow , very pasty, or extremely watery.
Further heating turned the liquid into a pasty, gummier good.
I've got more than Pasty,'Annie argued.
He looked pasty and red - eyed.
Then, he the over and over again throws coin, until one pile pasty appeared before him.
Chemical Industry: acid, alkali, salt solution, a variety of viscous, pasty emulsion chemical grout.
Pasty , doughy. Term applied to some very heavily coloured wines rich in dry extract.
I want you to make sure that pasty seamstress stays on our side.
The ignition and combustion characteristics of pasty propellant are important parameters for the motor design.
LIGHTBROWN , PASTY M, NINA SPADA. How languages are learned [ M ]. London: Oxford University Press 1993.
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