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Noun
/ˈjəNGgəl/,
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jungles, plural;
  1. An area of land overgrown with dense forest and tangled vegetation, typically in the tropics
    • - we set off into the jungle
    • - the lakes are hidden in dense jungle
  2. A wild tangled mass of vegetation or other things
    • - the garden was a jungle of bluebells
  3. A situation or place of bewildering complexity or brutal competitiveness
    • - it's a jungle out there
  4. A hobo camp

  5. A style of dance music incorporating elements of ragga, hip-hop, and hard core and consisting almost exclusively of very fast electronic drum tracks and slower synthesized bass lines, originating in Britain in the early 1990s


  1. a location marked by an intense competition and struggle for survival
  2. hobo camp: a place where hoboes camp
  3. an impenetrable equatorial forest
  4. Jungle (जंगल) refers to the most dense, more or less impenetrable regions within a tropical rainforest with an abundance of animal and plant life. The word jungle originates from the Sanskrit word jangala (जंगल) which referred to uncultivated land. ...
  5. Out of the Blue is the seventh studio album by the British rock group Electric Light Orchestra, released in October 1977. Written and produced by ELO frontman Jeff Lynne, the double album is among the most commercially successful records in the group's history.
  6. Jungle (English: Forest) is a Hindi language movie, a product of the Bollywood film industry. It was directed by Ram Gopal Varma, and starred Fardeen Khan and Urmila Matondkar. The film got good response both from critics and the audience.
  7. This is a list of expansion sets for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
  8. "Jungle" is a single by Japanese artist Taiji, released in 2000 (see 2000 in music). The single was released with a biography book written by Taiji.
  9. The Mighty Booshs first series' was originally broadcast between 18 May 2004 and 6 July 2004. The series features five main cast members; Julian Barratt, Noel Fielding, Rich Fulcher, Michael Fielding and Dave Brown. ...
  10. A large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals; A place where people behave ruthlessly, unconstrained by law or morality; A style of electronic music
  11. A large forest in warm countries with many different kinds of animals and plants. Also called a rainforest.
  12. An area off a railroad where hobos camp and congregate
  13. Slang for heavy rough, or an unprepared area of long grass.
  14. A term that refers to how deep in the weeds one really is, i.e."I'm so backed up I'm deep in the jungle"
  15. Jungle - Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victreebel, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Tangela, Bellossom, Sunkern, Sunflora, Tropius
  16. One of the most deviant and punkish forms of electronic music, employing fast tempos (150-190 BPM is common), layering extended and mangled breakbeats on top of throbbing, authoritative basslines, originally borrowed from reggae. ...
  17. North Campus, and applicably named—fun, but a little bit rough around the edges.
  18. originally meant waste-land or uncultivated ground; later, ground covered with shrubs, trees or long grass; Anglo-Indian application is to a forest, thicket, or tangled wilderness.
  19. Also know as tropical forest. A biome that thrives in hot, wet climates.
  20. When a ball lands in the woods or a heavy rough you are said to be in the Jungle.
  21. Certain parts of Waikiki are known as the jungle because of all the crime and wild animals there.
  22. means a place where there are lots of trees, vines, and wild animals. What’s the word?
  23. Your instinctive, wild side; non-socialized feelings or urges / Feeling entangled, overwhelmed, or out of control
  24. (aka: "jail") a term used to describe a lie in the middle of many trees or overgrowth (fescue, thick rough, etc.) as it might be in the jungle.
  25. A forest with many trees usually of many different species growing close to each other. Most often found in equatorial areas with high levels of rainfall.