jungle Idiom, Proverb
it's a jungle out therethe world is dangerous, the world is cruel """Why can't I walk home alone?"" ""Because it's a jungle out there."""
jungle mouthsmelly breath, unpleasant smell on the breath Most people have jungle mouth when they wake up, eh.
Jungle out there
If someone says that it is a jungle out there, they mean that the situation is dangerous and there are no rules.
see law of the jungle
law of the junglelaw of the jungle
Survival of the strongest, as in The recent price war among airlines was governed by the law of the jungle.
This term, alluding to the jungle as a place devoid of ethics where brutality and self-interest reign, was first used by Rudyard Kipling in The Jungle Book