claggy

Claggy vs Flaggy - What's the difference?

claggy | flaggy |


As adjectives the difference between claggy and flaggy

is that claggy is sticky or tacky while flaggy is (obsolete) hanging down; drooping, pendulous.

Claggy vs Clangy - What's the difference?

claggy | clangy |


As adjectives the difference between claggy and clangy

is that claggy is sticky or tacky while clangy is having a clanging sound.

Laggy vs Claggy - What's the difference?

laggy | claggy |


As adjectives the difference between laggy and claggy

is that laggy is having a delayed response to a change in the factors influencing it while claggy is sticky or tacky.

Cloggy vs Claggy - What's the difference?

cloggy | claggy |


As adjectives the difference between cloggy and claggy

is that cloggy is tending to cause clogging while claggy is sticky or tacky.

Slaggy vs Claggy - What's the difference?

slaggy | claggy |


As adjectives the difference between slaggy and claggy

is that slaggy is (of a material) resembling or containing slag while claggy is sticky or tacky.

Craggy vs Claggy - What's the difference?

craggy | claggy |


As adjectives the difference between craggy and claggy

is that craggy is characterized by rugged, sharp, or coarse features while claggy is sticky or tacky.

What is the difference between claggy and dunch?

claggy | dunch |


As a adjective claggy

is (of a roof in a mine to which coal clings) adhesive.

As a verb dunch is

(geordie) to knock against; to hit, punch.

As a noun dunch is

(golf) a fat hit from a claggy lie or dunch can be a small meal between lunch and dinner in the late afternoon or early evening (about 3-5 pm), usually including tea or coffee with cookies, sometimes fruits, a salad or a light sandwich.