jungled

adjective
jun·​gled | \ˈjəŋ-gəld \

Definition of jungled 

: abounding in jungle a jungled island

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His village was small, nestled in the jungled mountains south of the capital. Francisco Cantú, GQ, "Confessions of a Former Border Patrol Agent," 30 Jan. 2018 A plaid quilt of rice paddies is squeezed between the water and jungled mountains. Doug Clark, New York Times, "In Myanmar, a Lake That Sustained Generations Feels Strains," 28 May 2017

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First Known Use of jungled

1842, in the meaning defined above

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