from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Sticky and viscous: gooey caramel.
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- adj. of or relating to goo
- adj. soft, sticky and viscous
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. soft and sticky
The result far exceeded my expectations, especially with the cookies still being warm and gooey from the oven.
Parasite Rex author Carl Zimmer tells the story in gooey, graphic detail:
Actually, I think I was born crying loudly and covered in gooey stuff …
When you remove the pads wash your feet as they will be sticky and gooey from the toxins extracted from your lymphatic system ).
On the technological side, what the Mac ushered in was what the geeks called a GUI pronounced "gooey" -- a Graphical User Interface.
Trying to keep from getting what she cynically called gooey, he shrugged.
Note: As the ice cream sits, the little bits of caramel may liquefy and get runny and gooey, which is what they're intended to do.
The encouter with things ooey and gooey, which is what the monster is.
"The comics are what I like to call the gooey center of all pop culture," said Joe Field, who owns a comic book store in Concord, Calif., and has gone to the convention annually for the past 25 years.
Nearly 200 divers also begin heading down to the icy depths to handpick pricey sea cucumbers, urchins and giant geoduck clams (called gooey-ducks).