from The Century Dictionary.

  • Wet; boggy; moist; damp.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Wet; soggy; inclined to spew.

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  • adjective Moist; marshy; emitting water.


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spew +‎ -y


  • My ugly twin is laughing that people who have not filed tax for years (avoiding repayment of HECS) will be spewy and resentful

    single gal seeks stimulation

  • They pulled up just in time to escape a small gulf of moss and general sponginess, waded a stream or two, splashed through a good deal of spewy ground, and came to Queen's Bower; thence into the oak plantations of New Park; then across Gretnam Wood; and then at a smart trot along the road towards home.

    Vixen, Volume II.

  • Poker Forums Poker Discussion Supertuesday close spot: Is this a correct shove or is it spewy?


  • hi esti i got murderously jealous for about twenty seconds that you and bindy went on a chocolate crawl without me, then i remembered that i don't really like chocolate that much. today i feel spewy so all i can eat is water crackers and coca-cola.

    weed fritters... sweetie.. pumpkin


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  • "The Woolcombe estate is nothing much—poor spewy land, most of it—but it is amazingly troublesome...'"

    --P. O'Brian, The Commodore, 73

    March 16, 2008