gungy


gungy
gunge Brit. informal NOUN sticky, viscous, and unpleasantly messy material.
VERB (gunged, gungeing) (gunge up) clog or obstruct with gunge.
DERIVATIVES gungy adjective.
ORIGIN perhaps suggested by GOO(Cf. ↑goo) and GUNK(Cf. ↑gunk).

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