Definitions

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  • adj. Having the consistency of goop
  • adj. Vague; undefined or sentimental

Etymologies

goop +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • This word goopy that comes up all through "Big Sur."

    Gibbard And Farrar Take On Kerouac's 'Big Sur'

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    Quote Of The Day

  • It's all goopy, which is what happens when you have goop in your eye.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • An immersion blender and a slow, steady stream of oil turns this into an emulsion as thick as mayonnaise, but I find it kind of goopy when you try to put it on salad.

    Recipe of the Day: Basic Vinaigrette - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Farrington says that for the most part, when you have an allergy, your nasal drainage is clear and watery; with a cold or viral infection, it's more "goopy," cloudy, greenish.

    Morning Sentinel News

  • Read, who is a writer for the Centers for Disease Control, said she was going to take Buddy to the vet once more because he has been really itching this spring and his eyes have been more "goopy" than usual.

    CNN.com

  • I did make a few minor changes: I saw that quite a few people had noted that theirs had turned out "goopy" so I used 2 lbs of meat and also mixed in a can of drained black beans to give it some added substance.

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  • My pecans came out very "goopy", and I baked them twice as long as recipe calls for, just to try and get them to crisp up.

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  • Pressing onward, we find that the word slop originally was slip, a kind of goopy, wet, clay mixture, a term still used in ceramics.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol V No 2

  • Throw in some kind of goopy stuff I got around here somewhere and you can chew it, like meat. "

    New Race

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  • slimy and gross

    August 23, 2008