slurpy

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slurpy (comparative slurpier, superlative slurpiest)

  1. Sloppy; sounding or feeling like the slurping of liquid.
    • 2007, A. L. Niflhaim, Gail McLeod - Christmas in Distress page 85
      Nestor leans down and pats NJ on the head and NJ jumps right up in his lap and gives him a big slurpy, drooly doggy kiss right on his face.
    • 1998, Cris Mazza - Animal Acts: Fictions page 55
      She wet her hands in a pan of brown water, then rubbed her palms together, a slurpy sound.

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