grungy


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grungy

(ˈgrəndʒi)
1. mod. dirty and smelly; yucky. Get your grungy feet off the table!
2. Go to gungy.

gungy

and grungy (ˈgəndʒi and ˈgrəndʒi)
mod. messy; nasty; worn-out. (see also grunge.) Get your grungy feet off the sofa.

grungy

verb
See gungy
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