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germy

(jûr′mē)
adj. germ·ier, germ·iest
Full of germs.

germ′i·ness n.
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The problem isn't what you're filling that bottle with (clean, refreshing [H.sub.2]O), it's where it is going (your germy, bacteria-filled mouth).
"Between germy cell phones, greasy hands and grimy sunglasses, our faces come in contact with quite a lot of filth," Huffington Post editor Dana Oliver wrote in a Huff Post Style posting this summer.
We decided against a soft-play centre which is basically sliding around in the germy drool and sweat of a thousand other kids in a souped-up padded primate enclosure, we shunned a pool-party (less LA - more dank towels, inflatables and sausage rolls) and didn't fancy a 'Fun Science' party, where drama graduates make use of their chemistry GCSE by bedazzling the kids with exploding/smoking/floating things.
Yet we don't always do it properly, if at all, which is particularly ill-advised behaviour during flu season, when germy hands are common gateways to infection.
President Morsi was invited by Chancellor Angel Merkil to visit Germy recently.
While nurses and aides will clean visibly soiled surfaces, too many germy spots go uncleaned.
Sliding-glass windows aren't going to protect the receptionist from germy hands.
Germy skies Microbes aloft in the atmosphere can catalyze ice nucleation, leading to cloud formation and bad weather conditions (SN: 6/18/11, p.
Give those germy, water supply poisoning mops and chemicals the boot.
Some of the most interesting examples of new products--like Boogie Wipes or Germy Wormy--were developed by entrepreneurs looking to solve a problem and finding the solution in nonwovens.
And even if you did get ill - they were way beyond fretting about the 'germy pump' on a hand sanitiser bottle in those days - it was unlikely the ye olde health service would have been able to save you.
"I hate it when I have just gotten my car cleaned and my windows are shiny, and then comes a beggar with filthy and germy hands and knocks on my window and sometimes stick his face on it and all the shininess is gone," said Ahmed Abdulwahhab.