Definitions for "Thixotropic"
Thrixotropic is a property exhibited by certain fluid mixtures where it becomes more fluid (less firm or less gel like) as it is agitated.
The property of becoming a gel at rest, but liquifying again on agitation.
Referring to materials that are thick and viscous while at rest but if brushed, stirred, or shakenwil flow. Its viscous state will resume when the agitation stops.
Having the property of certain resins and paints that prevents them from running off vertical surfaces