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germy

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

germ′i·ness n.
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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.
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.
Most studies of germy money have looked at the germs on the currency within one country.
It was a spectacular save from SAI goalkeeper Germy Passah who denied Mizoram a certain goal.
I also keep a fine list of short story titles on the iPod in my purse, ready for that blank moment in a waiting room full of germy copies of homemaker and sports magazines.
There's no credible evidence that what's in Airborne can prevent colds or protect you from a germy environment," said CSPI senior nutritionist David Schardt, who reviewed Airborne's claims.
It was with great solemnity and singleness of purpose that I efficiently buried the indulgence cards next to the bird, which I tried not to touch because it looked disgusting and germy.
With the invention of the world's first electronic toilet paper (TP) dispenser, there's one less germy fixture to touch.
Middlesbrough Arts Development Team is producing a flash animation piece entitled Heart - a Nightclub's Tale - with characters including Germy Paxman, Sam 'n Ella, E-Z Ecoli and The Spice Germs.