Jammy (adjective)

  1. Resembling or having the texture of jam, especially in being thick and sticky.
  2. Fortunate, lucky or easy.

Origin:

The word jammy comes from the word "jam" which means "to press or squeeze", it is related to the word "jammed" meaning "crowded or stuck".

Examples:

  1. The jammy texture of the spread made it difficult to spread it on the bread.
  2. The jammy surface of the road made it hard for the car to get traction.
  3. He had a jammy escape from the car crash, he was lucky to survive.
  4. She was jammy to get the promotion, she had no experience but was still chosen.
  5. The jammy doughnut was covered in a thick layer of sugary glaze.
Some random words: oily, botch, divide