Gooey [adjective]

Definition of Gooey:

sticky, gummy

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Sentence/Example of Gooey:

The way the cookie turns “soft and gooey” when dunked in milk or water did appeal to one taster, who said, “I can dig it.”

They were rolled in sugar, chewy on the inside, crunchy around the edges, and studded with gooey chocolate kisses.

A few years ago my mom switched from the recipe on the back of a Hershey’s chip bag to this one from Smitten Kitchen, which has far fewer ingredients and really ups the gooey, fudgy factor.

How many times have you sat down to a meal with a friend and suggested ordering, oh, I don’t know—say a gooey, delicious pizza—only to be told by your dining companion that he or she is “trying to eat less dairy.”

Sitting around a warm, gooey pot of emulsified cheese sauce of course!

That protein is needed to form the fondue’s gooey structure and also to hold onto all of the cheese’s delicious butterfat.

As for Mabel, she was one of them gushy, goo-gooey kind of girls, and she was as struck with the shebang as her dad.

She started to come unglued again but stopped the dissolving process just before the wet and gooey stage set in.

We used to write gooey love letters to each other saying how much we missed each other.

All juicy or "gooey" fruits or cakes are best eaten with a fork, but in most cases it is a matter of dexterity.