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The soft, spongy tissue in the center of the stems of most vascular plants, consisting mainly of parenchyma.
Something resembling a teat or nipple, such as a steep hill.
A light cake, such as sponge cake.
A liquid or semiliquid mixture, as of flour, milk, and eggs, used in cooking.
The coagulated part of milk, from which cheese is made: it is formed when milk sours and is distinguished from whey, the watery part
A preserve made from whole fruit boiled to a pulp with sugar.
The definition of a poultice is a medical dressing or is a soft, moist mass of natural materials that you put on your body and keep in place with a cloth to try to reduce soreness or inflammation.
A food that has been pounded until it is reduced to a smooth creamy mass:
A size of newspaper page, about 14 inches high by 12 inches wide, half the size of a standard page
The use of cheaply sensational or unscrupulous methods in newspapers, etc. to attract or influence readers
A long medieval narrative in prose or verse that tells of the adventures and heroic exploits of chivalric heroes:
One that thrills, especially a sensational or suspenseful book, story, play, or movie.
Media or photographs showing erotic or sexual behavior in a way designed to cause sexual arousal. Pornography is protected by the free speech provision of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, unless it is found to be obscene. See also obscenity.
Alternative form of softcore pornography.
The soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate, covering the bones and consisting mainly of skeletal muscle and fat.
Of or like pulp
Macerated; softened; nearly fluid.
The chief substance composing the cell walls or fibers of all plant tissue, a polymeric carbohydrate with the general formula (C6H10O5)x: it is used in the manufacture of paper, textiles, explosives, etc.
The definition of magma is the molten rock material under the Earth's crust or a suspension of particles in a liquid.
Brandy distilled from fermented grape or apple pomace.
To drive dogs, usually pulling a sled, across the snow.
To be crushed, ground, etc. into powder or dust
To break (something brittle) violently.
Having a pleasant or attractive appearance:
Free from foreign matter or pollution; unadulterated:
Good or right in conduct or character; sometimes, specif., virtuous in sexual conduct
A trail of floating material:
(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
Find another word for pulp. In this page you can discover 42 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pulp, like: sarcocarp, marrow, pith, pap, mash, sponge, pomace, dough, batter, curd and grume.