gunky
adjective see gunk

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  • gunky — /gung kee/, adj., gunkier, gunkiest. Informal. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling gunk. [GUNK + Y1] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Simples — Simple is a term from contemporary mereology. A simple is any thing that has no proper parts. Sometimes the term atom is used, although in recent years the term simple has become the standard.Simples are to be contrasted with atomless gunk (where …   Wikipedia

  • gunk — noun Etymology: from Gunk, trademark for a cleaning solvent Date: 1943 filthy, sticky, or greasy matter • gunky adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Temporal parts — are used in contemporary metaphysics in the debate over persistence of material objects. Some metaphysicists believe objects have temporal parts as objects usually have spatial parts (such as hands, feet, legs etc.). A temporal part would thus be …   Wikipedia

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