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turgid

[′tər·jəd]
(medicine)
Swollen and congested.
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Boss Neil Young was critical of his team's performance last Saturday in a turgid draw at home to lowly Frickley Athletic.
The former Leicester lock was particularly bemused by England's failure to register a try, the first time they had failed to do so since a turgid draw at Murrayfield during the 2010 Six Nations.
The first half was a turgid affair, only enlivened by a good save by Sky Blues keeper Netty Manca.
likely one of those turgid voices inside struck me with that dizzying
I would suggest they can't handle the truth hence this turgid attempt to blame the victims.
What we saw at the recent turgid Liberal Democrat conference was in fact a party that is devoid of any original thinking to bring about real improvements in society.
Clear cut chances were few and far between in a turgid second half.
Hit single So Hott is a grubby sex fantasy while Amen finds Rock guilty of being white, rather than of inflicting this turgid twaddle on us all.
Spreadex may be making a lot of Osprey's modest current form - Lyn Jones's boys were pretty turgid against Bourgoin last week, scoring only one try at the Liberty Stadium.
Although Inglis Drever and Taranis emerged popular winners in the Ladbrokes World Hurdle and Ryanair Chase respectively, it failed to mask another turgid gambling day for downtrodden racegoers.
In a nutshell: Turgid, talky tale of a reporter torn between a U.
Welford Road remains favourite, if only because Leicester produced a turgid performance at the Walkers Stadium against Bath in last year's quarter-final.