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grungy

Dirty and unappealing. We've got to tear out this grungy old carpet—it's disgusting. Let me change first—I don't want anyone to see me in these grungy old clothes! Ew, go wash your grungy hands right now!

gungy

slang Gooey or gelatinous. Primarily heard in UK. Ugh, the gungy stuff they put on you before doing an ultrasound always feels so cold and gross.

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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