gummy gummy  /ˈɡə mi/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) having the sticky properties of an adhesive
  2. (adj) covered with adhesive gum

Usage(s):

  1. He smiles his big, gummy smile and lets the girl sway back into the jiggling crowd.
  2. There, giant earthmovers, their wheels taller than a Texan in his boots, are ripping up the gummy, black soil to lay a 49-mile stretch of concrete tollway.
  3. I eat gummy bears by tearing them limb from limb and eating their heads last.

News

  • Remixology: Make Us a Drink With Sour Patch Kids

    Bartender Response : Henderson grabbed the jumbo size bag of candy, then confessed he’s not really into Sour Patch Kids. “But I am a big gummy bear fan,” he said.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Washington City Paper

Quotes

  1. Diane says: "Every morning Kenya is just so pleased to see her sister. And Kaya is so pleased to see her, too, and gives her this big gummy smile. Her little head follows Kenya wherever she goes in the room - they just love each other. That is the...
    on Jun 24, 2008 By: Diane Parish Source: Mirror.co.uk

  2. "I've decided to follow someone at random," O'Brien wrote. "She likes peanut butter and gummy dinosaurs. Sarah Killen, your life is about to change."
    on Mar 5, 2010 By: Conan O Brien Source: MTV.com

  3. Mr Crausby, MP for Bolton north-east, said: "I think that gummy bins would be another great way to tackle the issue of people thoughtlessly dropping gum. They are eye-catching and will encourage people to think about recycling. They have been a...
    on May 25, 2007 By: David Crausby Source: Bolton News

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