jungly

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

Origin:
1790–1800; jungle + -y1

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jungle (ˈdʒʌŋɡəl)
 
n
1.  an equatorial forest area with luxuriant vegetation, often almost impenetrable
2.  any dense or tangled thicket or growth
3.  a place of intense competition or ruthless struggle for survival: the concrete jungle
4.  a type of fast electronic dance music, originating in the early 1990s, which combines elements of techno and ragga
5.  slang (US) (esp in the Depression) a gathering place for the unemployed, etc
 
[C18: from Hindi jangal, from Sanskrit jāngala wilderness]
 
'jungly
 
adj

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Example sentences
Inside, the waiting room was humid and jungly, full of ferns.
They and the many colors in between them became an expression of the jungly environment in which a tiger lives.
Parts of the jungly interior are virtually unexplored, and many of the villages are still connected by ancient stone paths.
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