n. a graphical user interface. (A type of computer control system that uses an orderly layout on the screen with icons and menus that are controlled by a computer mouse. Gooeyis slang; GUI is a technical acronym. See also WIMP.) : Some of the older programs that lack a gooey require a lot less memory to run.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition. Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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Not meaning sticky, but meaning gooey, as in viscous.
It is annoying when the gooey stuff drains out of the crusty exterior.
Everyone wants a new tub of the gooey, yellow-green ointment.
The cafeteria here serves fresh fruit and veggies, low-fat or no-fat milk, no sodas or fried foods and no gooey desserts.
The grilled ciabatta was delicious and gooey, but the charred crusts of the bread detracted from pure enjoyment.
Biscuits arrive with a luxurious golden crust on the outside and a gooey, doughy center.
And while the reality isn't maybe as gooey as in the movies, it's still pretty nasty.
The gooey substance impairs these crucial functions.
So if you're going to get gooey about something, that's not so bad.
Mealybugs damage the papaya plant by sucking its juices and excreting a clear, gooey substance called honeydew.