unctuous

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English - Turkish
yaltakçı
yapmacıklı
yapmacık nezaket gösteren
aşırı tatlı dilli
kaypak
yağ gibi kaypak olan
{s} yapmacık samimiyet gösteren
unctuouslytatlı dille konuşarak
{s} yoğurulabilen
yoğrulabilen
yağlı/tatlı dilli
{s} yağlı
şekil verilebilen
(Kimya) kaygan
oily
{s} yağlı

Ellerim çok yağlı ve pis olduğunda nefret ederim. - I hate when my hands get too oily and messy.

Tom silahını garajdaki bir demet yağlı paçavranın altına sakladı. - Tom hid the gun under a bunch of oily rags in his garage.

unctuous clay
yağlı kil
unctuous clay
yağlı kıl
oily
yağlanmış
oily
yağla ilgili
oily
kolpa
oily
aşırı nazik
oily
yağsı/yağlı
oily
yağı çok
oily
oilinesskaypaklık
oily
{s} yaltakçı
oily
yağı bol olan
oily
{s} çok yağlı

Ellerim çok yağlı ve pis olduğunda nefret ederim. - I hate when my hands get too oily and messy.

Çok yağlı oldukları için tüm kızartmaları yemedim. - I didn't eat all the fries because they were too oily.

oily
{s} yağcı
oily
yağcılık
unctuously
tatlı dille
English - English
Profusely polite, especially unpleasantly so and insincerely earnest

In superior circles, however, introduction becomes more elaborate, more flattering, more unctuous.

Rich, lush, intense, with layers of concentrated, soft, velvety flavor

The halls and passages of the castle were already permeated with rich and unctuous smells, and a delicate nose might have picked out and arranged, by their finer or coarser vapors, the dishes preparing for the upper and lower tables.

Oily or greasy

In a word, after being tried out, the crisp, shrivelled blubber, now called scraps or fritters, still contains considerable of its unctuous properties.

oily
{a} fat, oily, greasy, clammy, soft
Oily; of minerals, having a greasy or soapy feel
{s} smooth, slippery; overly pious, overly flattering
unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech; "buttery praise"; "gave him a fulsome introduction"; "an oily sycophantic press agent"; "oleaginous hypocrisy"; "smarmy self-importance"; "the unctuous Uriah Heep"
Of the nature or quality of an unguent or ointment; fatty; oily; greasy
\UNGK-choo-us\, adjective: 1 Of the nature or quality of an unguent or ointment; fatty; oily; greasy 2 Having a smooth, greasy feel, as certain minerals 3 Insincerely or excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech; marked by a false or smug earnestness or agreeableness
Bland; suave; also, tender; fervid; as, an unctuous speech; sometimes, insincerely suave or fervid
Profusely and unpleasantly polite and insincerely earnest
Oily, greasy
disapproval If you describe someone as unctuous, you are critical of them because they seem to be full of praise, kindness, or interest, but are obviously insincere. the kind of unctuous tone that I've heard often at diplomatic parties
Having a smooth, greasy feel, as certain minerals
If you describe food or drink as unctuous, you mean that it is creamy or oily. too friendly and praising people too much in a way that seems very insincere (unctuosus, from unctum , from unguere; UNGUENT)
unctious
unctuously
Insincerely and excessively charming
unctuousness
The state or characteristic of being unctuous

Only Mr. Radbolt's unctuousness—surely it would have smoothed the stormiest waves—saved the social situation.

unctuousness
{n} oiliness, greasiness
unctuously
in an unctuous manner
unctuously
in an unctuous manner; smoothly, in a slippery manner
unctuousness
the state of being unctuous
unctuousness
smug self-serving earnestness
unctuousness
{i} quality of being unctuous; sleekness, smoothness, slickness
unctuous
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