Definition of jungled in English:

jungled

adjective

See jungle

‘One of the guests has been scuba diving off that jungled shoreline we passed, and on the bottom he found a ship's canon from around Nelson's time.’
  • ‘Instead we are moving the mail over distances of hundreds of miles - over jungled mountains and high palmy savannahs - using high-frequency radio.’
  • ‘They planned a development of high-rise hotels, the jungled hills denuded and flattened for airstrips, a restaurant built over the fragile coral reefs we had explored all week.’
  • ‘The jungled mountains of western Colombia, where the drugs are produced and guerrillas operate, look an awful lot like Vietnam's Central Highlands.’
  • ‘The jungled mountains also provide excellent hiding places.’