Dungy meaning

duŋē
Of, like, or soiled with dung; filthy; vile.
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Having the texture of dung.

1813, Charles Marshall - A Plain and Easy Introduction to the Knowledge and Practice of Gardening: With Hints on Fish-ponds - Page 354

...they may not be drawn up long legged; and by no means to let them have a dungy soil to grow in, or a very rich one...

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Covered in dung.

1999, J. F. Gracey, David S. Collins, Robert J. Huey - Meat Hygiene page 167

If, however, excessively dungy animals are offered for transportation, the owner of the animals is requested to clean them.

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Having an odor of dung.
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Origin of dungy

  • dung +‎ -y
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