1. The river rolled darkly brown and turgid.
2. He used to make extremely dull, turgid and frankly boring speeches.
3. As the big vessel came up tense and turgid I thrust in the needle and injected the adrenalin.
4. He found the whole conversation stilted and turgid.
5. Not far away a turgid and fast moving river rushed southward in narrow gorges.
6. He succeeded in presenting Heidegger's often turgid style in a readable and idiomatic English.
7. the turgid waters of the Thames.
8. The flowers are still crisp and turgid.
9. On 23 February 20 a turgid draw between Manchester United and Marseille was watched by 623m viewers, taking almost a quarter of the total UK TV audience.
10. The rest of the arts scene looks increasingly turgid by comparison.
11. Frankenstein was already turgid ; Percy made it more so.
12. His style is turgid, boring.
13. A year later he moved again, to become deputy editor of the party's turgid theoretical review, Tarsadalmi Szemle.
14. Some surprise managed to shoulder its way into Jenner's turgid writing.
15. All it seemed to do was circulate the warm turgid air.