[guhk, goo k]

noun Informal.

slime or oozy dirt: the guck in a stagnant pond.
any oozy, sticky, or slimy substance: a can of guck to patch the roof.

Also gook.

Origin of guck

1945–50; perhaps blend of goo and muck Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for guck

muck, sludge, gunk, slush, crud, ooze, gook, glop, yuck

Examples from the Web for guck

Historical Examples of guck

  • When this guck gets out into the air it hardens like cement.

    The Native Soil

    Alan Edward Nourse

British Dictionary definitions for guck



slimy matter; gunk

Word Origin for guck

C20: perhaps a blend of goo and muck
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