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- adj. Obsolete form of unctuous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Unctuous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete variant of unctuous.
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There is a picture of Joe by the word "unctious" in the dictionary.
But Dana came off looking really unctious and yes, jealous.
Robbins is creepily understated as a put-upon exec, the drifting center of a sprawling cast that includes Greta Scacchi as a painter and Buck Henry, Dean Stockwell, Fred Ward, and Peter Gallagher, all incarnating various types of preening, unctious "players" in Hollywood.
That worthless and unctious worm is worse than Brown -- I do hope hope they choose him so Labour can spend more time in the political wilderness.
His unctious claims are going nowhere except to further polarize Clinton supporters.
I don't count the unctious independent pus slick from Ct at a Democrat.
HOly Joe breezes in to the Democratic Cloak Room for the first Democratic caucus of the 111th Congress, ready to gladhand the old pros and congratulate the the new freshmen, smiling his greasy smile and greeting people with that unctious voice like the guy who played the dad in "ALF."
It elects Republican governors over and over again, sends some of the most corrupt and thuggish Republicans in the nation to Congress and won't elect any Democrats to Congress other than unctious DINO's like Bill Nelson.
Somewhere in between the unctious mass media religious ceremonies held on air in his honor we have actually caught ourselves a glimpse of The Real McCain.
The broth, though made from pork bones, is not the unctious, fat-and-marrow rich tonkotsu style I prefer, but a clear, light style called “assari” in Japanese.
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