I understand fully the meaning of the word, thanks. For some time the word dank has come to mean sticky and cannabis-like among many home and craft brewers as it applies to some hops. But much like we don't pitch yeast like a baseball or mash grain like mashed potatoes, some words, ambiguous or no, take on a specific context within a field. Why you chose this as your line in the sand is past me. Rock on !I don't see any ambiguity whatsoever. I take "resiny" to mean...
I'm not sure if you're serious or if this is meant to be a joke. If it's a joke, I like it. If you're serious, look up "ambiguous."
It's different. When somebody is telling me they're mashing their grain or mashing their potatoes, I know exactly what they're talking about. When I read that a beer tastes like resin, it could mean a number of things (as this thread proves) even though the context is clear, so I generally ignore it. So why bother? There's gotta be something better.