Of, resembling, or containing soft mud or slime: sank into the oozy ground. (adjective)
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Use "oozy" in a sentence
"His eyes were gone, his face, too—just cracked bark over oozy muscle."
"Here, he calls for Carnaroli brand rice because, when combined with the reduced tomato juice and parmesan cheese, a tight but slightly oozy viscosity is produced."
"As she says, digging in and finding a well of oozy gruyère is a real treat."