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Being an unctuous jerk, he gave me a gift, hoping I'd give him a record deal. Pete is one of those tiresome, unctuous types who thinks he's a wit and is half-right. Show More Sentences In superior circles, however, introduction becomes more elaborate, more flattering, more unctuous. Martin Poyser's large person shook with his silent unctuous laugh. The old man sat there, as solemn and unctuous as ever he had in his pew at church. The slowly braised veal shank fell off the bone, its marrow, creamily unctuous.
Talk-show hosts, used-car salesmen, people who want your job: all of these are people we think of rightly or wrongly as being unctuous. . It would be impossible to walk by without succumbing to a tub of mellow, unctuous olives, or a modestly priced, sit-down lunch. In a word, after being tried out, the crisp, shrivelled blubber, now called scraps or fritters, still contains considerable of its unctuous properties. But while we drink more table wines from Down Under than from anywhere else, the fabulous, unctuous fortified wines of Australia are still largely unknown. Besides, the chevalier was as unctuous with the abbe as he was paternal with the grisettes. He gave a speech on his new charity work, and it was one of those smooth unctuous bits of California blarney no one could make with a straight face today.
My first meal was a dainty foie gras burger, served in all its unctuous richness, without burger meat, on a toasted, tea-sandwich-size bun. But pompholyx is fatty, unctuous, white and light enough to fly in the air. The priest, essaying his unctuous voice, tried to set things right. He is as unctuous as they come and as slippery and lethal as a herd of rattlers in a barrel of oil. She laughed a rich, unctuous laugh, and stretched her hands to the blaze. It was an emotional speech, but a delightfully graceful, rather than unctuous and overblown, one.
You can tell his character is gonna be a straight arrow when he refuses to let an unctuous lobbyist buy him breakfast. Their righteous outbursts represent an ancient and unctuous form of kabuki theater. The ending of the story is a bit of a cop-out as the unctuous game show host invokes a hitherto-unknown rule and claims the date with Jennifer for himself. A voice, which was unctuous and insinuative, emanated from the figure. Enter the answer length or the answer pattern to get better results.
Unctuous and oily are synonyms that both suggest that someone is trying to butter you up; they're being nice, because they're hoping you'll give them what they want. She laughed a rich, unctuous laugh, and stretched her hands to the blaze. He would seem to be offering a kind of antinomian horology at worst, at best an unctuous pragmatism of local mores. The old bishop was famous for his unctuosity even in that unctuous age. Near the bottom here, I found what I think to be a few small pieces of burned wood or charcoal, also some dark unctuous sort of earth, a sample of both I brought away. All this came out of her like an unctuous trickle of some acrid oil.
Madgwick was remarking in her unctuous voice. A naive, unctuous lout of a Devil with straightforward Tempter's proclivities. All this came out of her like an unctuous trickle of some acrid oil. The memories of a hundred business trips came roaring back as I recalled the unctuous Cinnabon aroma that wafts through airports. Bob, by the way, only casually mentioned his war record, though there is still something unctuous even about that. They take the sebaceous or unctuous secretion from the coat. First they listened to an unctuous grace from Friar Tuck, and then Robin lifted high a tankard of ale.
Then you continue on in your hatefully superior day, you unctuous benevolent light shedder. Click the answer to find similar. The Crossword Solver found 41 answers to the unctuous crossword clue. The frame was of poles and willow twigs, on which were stretched five elk and buffalo hides, sewed together with sinews, and the seams payed with unctuous mud. The first moment after a disaster, we do not need news anchors unchained to any news, no shred of useful information, but plenty of unctuous sympathy. A voice, which was unctuous and insinuative, emanated from the figure. .
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