gungy


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gungy

and grungy (ˈgəndʒi and ˈgrəndʒi)
mod. messy; nasty; worn-out. (see also grunge.) Get your grungy feet off the sofa.
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Constant driving has compressed this gungy mess so that, at the first slight fall of rain, the water stays on the surface and helps to create perfect aqua-planing conditions.
The Casualties And Survivors section was full of gungy stuff bubbling away, with dinosaurs and monkeys evolving throughout the different eras.
My colleague and Glasgow MSP Sandra White told me about her gungy experiences while sailing doon the water the other day.
Get dirty with your favourite Trashies, to create gloopy, gungy and grimy Science Experiments galore, in Trash Pack Science (SSP PS14.
So-called because the middle ear and Eustachian tube fills up with a gungy, glue-like fluid.
And, despite the relatively low level of traffic loading up plates tonight, there's certainly no visible sign - gungy, separated curry, curled-up naans - of stuff having sat around.
Earlier, we briefly revisited the mysterious Frenchman (Lambert Wilson) and his bosomy sidekick Persephone (Monica Bellucci), and made the acquaintance of the gungy Trainman (Bruce Spence).
During the show, visitors will have the chance to grapple with the gloop in a slime race or take part in a number of gungy experiments.
The resultant gungy mixure is then used as ground bait while they float fish various other normal baits.
Trim the chicken livers to remove any fat, sinew or gungy bits in general.
Made from a special anti-allergic fibre an exfoliating mitt is a hassle-free alternative to gungy, exfoliator creams.
This recipe produces the perfect chocolate cake, spongy at the edge and gungy in the middle.
The cream is very thick, almost gungy, so you have to be careful not to use too much.
Goodness knows how many bits of old hanky, gungy half packets of Polos and leaky biros lurk at the bottom of Camilla's bag.
Bedding plants are past their best or even just brown gungy masses and herbaceous perennials have finished their show and are dying back for the year.