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- adj. Charged with phlegm.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to, containing, or resembling phlegm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by phlegm
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Then you ride in phlegmy contact with every disease ridden proletarian in the city, drinking undrinkable coffee purchased from some dump or some over-priced Starbucks or wannabe.
Employees of the Bookstore must never use the word "phlegmy" in the presence of the Author, as it may make him vomit, which would damage his instrument.
Downshifting in this car evokes racy off-throttle overrun sounds—a phlegmy, overheated cough, like Amy Winehouse after a 100-yard dash.
It always leaves me thirsty and phlegmy but it's my little treat and I enjoy it and that's important too.
The phlegmy rolling h at the beginning of Hanukkah is very problematic for newcomers.
However, the CTS-V Coupe is absolutely one of the most exciting cars in the world, a supercharged street fighter, a predator, with an exhaust sound like it's gargling its own phlegmy solder and a look plagiarized from General Dynamics' stealth division.
Hideous, jarring Luther, filled with phlegmy death rattles, seeping brains, and motiveless daylight butcherings carried out by psychopaths "just for the lulz".
“Tastes fine to me,” Billy gasps, after his own phlegmy bout.
It's the crippled man, yelling into your face, cursing, calling you a thief, his breath phlegmy and rancid.
A great phlegmy clearing of the throat for such a young man.