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ropiness

Hills and valleys in a paint film created by bristles in a brush when the paint is applied; usually caused by the poor flow of the paint or by brushing into a semidried film.
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Hops," wrote the physician Thomas Short in 1750, "prevent the Viscidity and Lusciousness that Ale would otherwise have after Fermentation; they give a grateful Taste; they fine the Liquor, and hinder the Mustiness, Thickness, and Ropiness, which would make it nauseous and unwholsome.
Ropiness is a pattern that looks like a woven rope.
He was reporting on the Highbury humbling, but it's safe to assume that his mood was in no way lightened by further ropiness at the Reebok.
He was reporting on the Highbury humbling, but it is safe to assume his mood was in no way lightened by further ropiness at the Reebok.