Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of mangy: more mangy

Etymologies

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Examples

  • When his children were small, Vaillant would read them a poem about a tribe of happy-go-lucky bears, who lived in a kind of Eden until a tribe of mangier, smarter bears came along and enslaved them.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • When his children were small, Vaillant would read them a poem about a tribe of happy-go-lucky bears, who lived in a kind of Eden until a tribe of mangier, smarter bears came along and enslaved them.

    What Makes Us Happy?

  • You're a lot mangier than he was, and he was housebroken.

    Tallulah Morehead: Survivor: Samoa: Macrame.

  • Ever since Karl Marx, a full-dress beard is like wearing the "Communist Manifesto" on your face; the mangier version remains popular among college students and Fed chairmen.

    Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

  • But if you want to read the mangier stuff, Badger Raw as it were, you'll just have to ask.

    badger Diary Entry

  • I want to be sensitive to Nancy's feelings, as things happen, and I wanted a place to express my mangier side without unduly spooking the horses.

    badger Diary Entry

  • Had he been open for business, I would have rushed in, demanding that the mouth-mangier relieve my pain.

    A Body In The Bath House

  • That's because both texts have been encoded on the same transposition-keys and put through the same poem-code mangier.

    between silk and cyanide

  • Burrs and nettles covered his body, and he looked mangier than he looks now.

    The Dragons of Krynn

  • Usually the forlorn demesne was supervised by a mangy waiter brooding over mangy tables and by a mangier cat who kept a furtive eye on the placarded list of each day's _plat du jour_ and wondered when her turn would come for Thursday's _Sauté de lapin_.

    The Belovéd Vagabond

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