Synonyms and related words:
adhesiveness, anemia, ashiness, bloodlessness, cadaverousness, chloranemia, clabbering, clamminess, clotting, coagulation, colloidality, curdling, deathly hue, deathly pallor, dimness, doughiness, dullness, exsanguination, fadedness, faintness, fairness, flabbiness, fleshiness, gelatinity, gelatinousness, ghastliness, gluelikeness, gluiness, glutinosity, glutinousness, gumlikeness, gumminess, haggardness, heaviness, hypochromia, hypochromic anemia, incrassation, inspissation, jellification, jellylikeness, lentor, lightness, lividness, mashiness, mucilaginousness, muddiness, mushiness, paleness, pallidity, pallidness, pallor, pithiness, prison pallor, pulpiness, pulpousness, ropiness, sallowness, sickliness, sickly hue, slabbiness, sliminess, softness, spissitude, sponginess, squashiness, stickiness, stodginess, stringiness, succulence, syrupiness, tackiness, tenaciousness, tenacity, thickening, thickness, toughness, treacliness, viscidity, viscosity, viscousness, wanness, weakness

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  • pastiness — noun see pasty II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pastiness — /pay stee nis/, n. the quality of being pasty. [1600 10; PASTY1 + NESS] * * * …   Universalium

  • pastiness — noun The condition of being pasty; pallor …   Wiktionary

  • pastiness — past·i·ness || peɪstɪnɪs n. stickiness, adhesiveness; doughiness, having the qualities of dough …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pastiness — past·i·ness …   English syllables

  • pastiness — See: pasty …   English dictionary

  • pastiness — /ˈpeɪstinəs/ (say paysteenuhs) noun pasty quality. {past(y)1 + i 2 + ness} …  

  • pastiness — ˈpāstēnə̇s noun ( es) : the quality or state of being pasty …   Useful english dictionary

  • pasty — I. noun (plural pasties) Etymology: Middle English pastee, from Anglo French pasté, from paste dough, paste Date: 13th century 1. a meat pie 2. turnover 5 II. adjective (pastier; est …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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