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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslimeslime /slaɪm/ noun [uncountable]  SLIDEan unpleasant thick slippery substance a pond full of green slime the trails of slime left by snails
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slimeHe lifted his hands to wipe away the tears and saw dark brown slime.Scurrying aft, I had a fast shave, using the pink slime from the soap-dispenser to lather my face.Many confined invertebrates secrete slime or mucus that insidiously poisons the fishes and often themselves.The slime reduces the drag experienced by the fish swimming behind, which can consequently swim faster.The slime they exude is obnoxious and slippery, and has the stench of rotting fish.But despite their godlike powers, they had not wholly forgotten their origin, in the warm slime of a vanished sea.
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