gunky

gunky

(ˈɡʌŋkɪ)
adj, gunkier or gunkiest
slimy, gooey, or sticky
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Anaxagoras's cosmos is gunky, allowing for no atomic stopping-point of analysis.
He said: "It had this thick, gunky yellow fog coming out, and it was lingering.
While we think of sales as this nice, low viscosity fluid going through a funnel, the reality is that it's much more like a gunky liquid that we need to force through a pipe at very uneven rates," explained Severinghaus.
It comes from the inside out; the whole dog is involved in creating that gunky ear.
Most of the works offered cutaway views of some sort of room and a gunky world beneath, the contents of which occasionally swelled to the top.
For example, the way he spat a huge globule of gunky phlegm at a Celtic fan in a UEFA Cup match at Parkhead in March 2003 summed up his contemptuous and spiteful demeanour.
The finding could help scientists better understand, and possibly even stem, the rising rate of earthquakes near sites where unwanted fluids, such as gunky water left over from fracking, are injected underground.
Any dust or rocky material that was once buried in the ice would remain on the surface, coating it in a darker, gunky lag deposit made of rocky silicates and organic material.
This additional finish had deteriorated with time and turned into a kinda black gunky crud.
For those who want to style gray hair, Gunky Gray Pomade[R] provides that extra spunk.
A coking unit increases the amount of refinable material obtained from a barrel of oil and converts gunky residual crude into petroleum coke, a coal substitute.