Definitions

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  • adj. having the texture or feel of gunge; gooey or gunky.

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Examples

  • The first chapter does a decent enough job of setting the story in motion, but this introduction soon gives way to gungy swampland for twice as many pages.

    Suzanne Morrison: Second Book, First Draft: Banish the Editor

  • I was with both the 1st Marine Division and 3rd Division and the 11th MEB, and while we were all gungy and hard-core, I no of NO marine who felt that the leaders in the present government “have proven worthy of our trust.”

    Think Progress » Veterans Day Outrage: Conservatives End 55-Year-Old Practice of Hearings for Vet Groups

  • My sinuses are still a horrible gungy mess, and I've decided that if they're still like this on Friday I will have to go to the doctor and see if I need antibiotics again because I'm not sure about the implications of having a sinus infection when I go for a c-section, and this one is beginning to make me cough and wheeze, too.

    O frabjous day!

  • When Graystone attempts to blow him off, Adama turns to his brother (Sasha Roiz) for more substantial leverage, mainly by beating the crap out of Graystone in the gungy alley behind his gym.

    Mania News Feed

  • It's a great idea, because if you've ever used a pair of rubberized in-ear headphones, then you'll know just how gungy these little dirt accumulators can get.

    PC Authority

  • See this is where i think the thread is going off on one, i might start anew one along the lines 'who thinks the Green Jackets are gungy?'

    Army Rumour Service

  • We shiver in the flat, and on the steps of the Embankment, in the gungy puce of an evening, beneath the Needle and sphinges, leading down to the rocks and slippery rubble that pass for a beach under the wall-camera (broken, lens protruding), mobile (broken), fragment of a pipe with valve, bottles (some intact), and a barge of junks moored at the edge -

    Varieties of Unreligious Experience

  • We shiver on the steps of the Embankment, in the gungy puce of an evening, beneath the Needle and sphinges, leading down to the rocks and slippery rubble that pass for a beach under the wall-camera, mobile, Erotic Politics,

    Varieties of Unreligious Experience

  • It’s easy to get discouraged if people can’t see the pearls in your gungy first draft.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Ya Gotta Have Friends

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