jungly jungly


  • (adj) overgrown with tropical vegetation


  1. Some of his work was jungly, some languid as a slow samba.
  2. Only a generation back, Venus was commonly thought of as a fine abode for lush, jungly life.
  3. And he listened long and often to the jungly songs of Brazil's Indians, the hot, oozing rhythms of Brazil's primitive Negroes.


  • Kate Moss Wore a Jungly Khaki Jumpsuit at London Fashion Week

    Yesterday, Kate Moss showed up for the Topshop Unique show at London Fashion Week wearing a full-length army-green khaki jumpsuit. The ensemble, which was covered with a jungly floral-print and belted at the waist, was paired with an on-trend black furry jacket and bulky boots, making for a chic safari ... More »        
    on February 17, 2014     Source: New York Magazine

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