Associations to the word «Jungle»
JUNGLE, noun. A large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals.
JUNGLE, noun. (colloquial) A place where people behave ruthlessly, unconstrained by law or morality.
JUNGLE, noun. (slang) An area where hobos camp together.
JUNGLE, noun. (uncountable) A style of electronic music related to drum and bass.
JUNGLE BOOT, noun. A vented combat boot designed for use in hot, wet and humid environments.
JUNGLE BOOTS, noun. Plural of jungle boot
JUNGLE BUNNIES, noun. Plural of jungle bunny
JUNGLE BUNNY, noun. (ethnic slur) (derogatory) A black person.
JUNGLE CARBINE, proper noun. (informal) The British-made Number 5 SMLE rifle, with a shortened barrel suitable for jungle warfare.
JUNGLE CAT, noun. Felis chaus, a medium-sized cat native to Asia.
JUNGLE CATS, noun. Plural of jungle cat
JUNGLE FEVER, noun. (medicine) Any of several tropical diseases, but especially malaria.
JUNGLE FEVER, noun. (slang) (ethnic slur) Attraction of a person of non-African descent towards people of African descent.
JUNGLE FOWL, noun. Alternative spelling of junglefowl
JUNGLE GREEN, noun. A dark bluish-green color, like the plants in a jungle
JUNGLE GREEN, adjective. Of a dark bluish-green color, like the plants in a jungle
JUNGLE GYM, noun. A play structure designed for children to climb on, traditionally constructed as a frame of metal bars as introduced in 1920.
JUNGLE GYMS, noun. Plural of jungle gym
JUNGLE JUICE, noun. (slang) An improvised mix of liquor, often with fruit juices, usually served for group consumption.
JUNGLE MOUTH, noun. (idiom) bad breath, halitosis
JUNGLE NYMPH, noun. A stick insect, of the genus Heteropteryx, from the rainforests of south-east Asia
JUNGLE TELEGRAPH, noun. (idiomatic) A system used by primitive cultures in remote tropical regions for communication over long distances, such as drum sounds or a relay of runners.
JUNGLE TELEGRAPH, noun. (idiomatic) A gossip network; an informal communication system within a group or organization.
JUNGLE TELEGRAPHS, noun. Plural of jungle telegraph
JUNGLE, noun. A location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival.
JUNGLE, noun. A place where hoboes camp.
JUNGLE, noun. An impenetrable equatorial forest.
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