claggy

Related to claggy: on a regular basis

claggy

(ˈklæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
chiefly dialect stickily clinging, as mud
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The white rind and smooth claggy cheese worked well with the roasted beetroot, and a winter salad.
Overhead, the sun blazed, the ground cracked outside our house, tar melted like claggy toffee, hoses were banned and Elton John was promising not to break Kiki Dee's heart (eeh divv'nt believe him pet!) We were in bliss!
First, they held their nerve on a claggy dog of a deck in Malahide to seal a low-scoring cliffhanger, the like of which Eoin Morgan's men have all too often lost in the past.
It climbed over miles of impossibly demanding solid rocks, admittedly while wearing substantial 32-inch chunky tyres, pushed aside tough undergrowth and laughed in the face of deep water and claggy mud...and after all of that, brushed itself off and took to the road like a civilised country gent.
Carbonara can be quite thick and claggy but to thin it out a bit and loosen the sauce off slightly I'm adding some of the cooking water to it, which makes a huge difference.
Meanwhile 'dirty trebles bar'Gotham Town is bidding farewellto cheap drinks, claggy carpet and late night DJs to become a "top quality beer bar".
The loud and brash bar, renowned for its cheap drinks, claggy carpet and late-night DJs, is getting its biggest makeover in decades, with a full reveal promised within weeks.
The burning yellow sludge came with claggy white rice, sliced banana, sultanas and desiccated coconut.
The claggy mud provides a good distraction from the actual running and it's quite fun, just don't be precious about pristine trainers.
But the sponges were claggy and more like school dinner puds rather than romantic night afters.
There's no wobble to it -just a Kilner jar of dense, claggy cream with a hint of hazelnut but not much of the chocolatey Nutella flavour it promises.