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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mealy:
Word forms: mealier, mealiest
resembling meal; powdery
containing or consisting of meal or grain
sprinkled or covered with meal or similar granules
(esp of horses) spotted; mottled
pale in complexion
short for mealy-mouthed
Example Sentences Including ‘mealy’
A Californian parasite, Pmac, has been imported to attack the apple-eating mealy bug.
NEW ZEALAND HERALD (2003)
A decade ago his work helped to save Africa from famine caused by a South American mealy bug that was devastating the cassava crop.
NEW SCIENTIST (1998)
An injection of funds just might allow the museum to do for whitefly what it did for its relation, the cassava mealy bug, in the 1980s.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
Black beans share a tasty and succulent mealy texture with all kidney beans and have a rich, slightly sweet taste.
Elliot, Rose COOKING WITH BEANS AND PULSES
RICHARD SAYS: Your plant has a nasty attack of mealy bugs, which look like tiny grey woodlice.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (1999)
The cold rolls are bland, the spring rolls, uninspired, and the chicken satay, mealy.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)