sludgy

[sluhj-ee]
adjective, sludgier, sludgiest.
1.
of or pertaining to sludge.
2.
covered, lined with, or containing sludge.

Origin:
1775–85; sludge + -y1

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sludgy (ˈslʌdʒɪ)
 
adj , -ier, -iest
consisting of, containing, or like sludge

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Example sentences
Regular ethanol breaks down over time when it sits in your tank, and turns viscous and sludgy in cold weather.
Drinking a few ounces of the sludgy brown liquid usually leads to a violent purge from both ends of the body.
Some of the fuel is mixing with water and turning to a sludgy foam in a process called emulsification.
He said sludgy, mechanically easily to handle materials found their way to agricultural derived biogas plants.
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