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jungly

[juhng-glee]
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  1. resembling or suggesting a jungle.

Origin of jungly

First recorded in 1790–1800; jungle + -y1
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Examples from the Web for jungly

Historical Examples

  • But, Honey, dear, why ever were you walking in jungly places?

    Banked Fires

    E. W. (Ethel Winifred) Savi

  • And you know how stuff grows there—big, and juicy, and jungly.

    The Faith of Men

    Jack London

  • They were far in the tangled, jungly forest, without a guide, for they had killed their prisoners.

  • In the rear a deep ravine, jungly with thick undergrowth, then the winding snag-strewn Patea River.

  • The next day left the track and struck through the huge towering forest and jungly undergrowth by compass.