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gummy

 [gum´e]
1. resembling a gum.
2. resembling a gumma.

gummy

[L. gummi, gum]
Sticky, swollen, puffy.

gummy

an old sheep that has lost all of its incisor teeth.
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Ubiquinol QH Gummies (Mango flavor) offer 50 mg of the more bioavailable antioxidant form of CoQ10 (ubiquinol) in a sugar-free gummy.
Hypocholesterolemic and hypolipidemic effects of Syzygium cumini seeds have been attributed to the water-soluble gummy fibers present in them.
Gummy bacon that looks like bacon, bacon suckers, bacon chocolate bar.
If he largely stayed out of the public view, the gummy bears have won hearts around the world.
The giant gummy bear showed the second client that he listened to her and remembered her likes and dislikes.
A study of 52 people with a gummy smile - any show of gum that extends more than two millimetres above the teeth during smiling - revealed that doctors have discovered a way of improving their smile with two injections of botulinium toxin rather than by resorting to surgery.
Lefort 1 osteotomy will be ideal if there is true skeletal excess with a minimal gummy smile.
After a night of refreshment, Gummy suggested the perfect hangover cure on Sunday would be a little gentle punting on the river Thames.
Following its successful launch in Stourbridge town centre last June when 40 gummy bins were spotted around the town, Stourbridge College has since joined forces with the council to take on 25 more bins on their campuses.
Now, at long last, researchers may have discovered the secret behind the puckering flavor of lemons, vinegar, and sour gummy candy.
Her apocalyptic wallpaper renders power, whether patriarchal or otherwise, potently visceral, productively slipping the noose of absolutist readings with each gummy convolution of line.
Or top cupcakes (use a mix for convenience) with gummy worms and dirt (made from Oreo cookies).