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  • adj. comparative form of goopy: more goopy

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Examples

  • It's got a boogie beat, atmosphere goopier than Louisiana fog, production that emphasizes the beat, molasses-thick lyrics that don't aspire to profundity -- it's the good times music you've been looking for.

    Jesse Kornbluth: Father's Day Music: 10 CDs No One Else Would Think To Give Him

  • I think mine are goopier and sloppier than yours served with salsa verde:

    Fish tacos, anyone?

  • Thewhole scene was much goopier and gorier than I expected.

    'Housewives': Happy with who bit the bullet? | EW.com

  • A Penn State "grilled sticky" ($3.25) - a cinnamon sticky bun cut into thick slices and fried in butter - imported by the Kaos, both University Park graduates, was super - the goopy parts made even goopier by grilling.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • Two years in the making with the artiste playing every synthesizer, the 11 songs here last a resounding 34 minutes and represent a significant downsizing of her New Age exoticism since 1988's breakthrough, Watermark -- it's goopier, more simplistic.

    Lawyers, Guns and Money

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