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adjective muggier, muggiest
1(weather/day) pesado(weather/day) bochornosoit's very muggy today — hoy hace verdadero bochorno
- Came home to warm, muggy weather and, apparently, it rained here at the house.
- Forecasters said the UK would take on a tropical feel, with sticky and muggy weather making conditions unpleasant.
- So it was another late night yesterday, made worse by the very hot muggy weather making it almost impossible to get to sleep even with the fan on number two all night.
- It's ever so close in the lounge, dear, clammy, muggy, stuffy, humid, hot.
- All that hot muggy weather was really starting to get to me
- The muggy weather made my clothes stick to my body and I tossed in my bed.
- The weather was warm though and the rooms were muggy and humid.
- Southend seemed to suffer the worst of today's storms, but the weathermen say it will remain warm and muggy for a while yet.
- Although it was pouring with rain, the day was so warm and muggy that the cows were literally steaming, you could see clouds of moisture rising from them.
- Then when summer finally arrives, we blast the air conditioning and nag about how muggy and unbearable the weather is.
- Halle rested against the cold steel, refreshing from the muggy outdoor weather, and looked at him blankly.
- It was extremely muggy and humid, making anyone who had stayed in there for ten minutes start to sweat.
- They walked slowly, as the humid and muggy atmosphere seemed to way them down.
- Since the room was stuffy and muggy without the air conditioner running all the time, just turning the thing off wasn't an option.
- It's so muggy and sticky and every time I breathe in, the air feels disgustingly warm and damp.
- After two weeks of the muggy heat, though, Maurer said the Minnesota weather was a welcome relief.
- July had faded into August, and the nice warm days had become hot and muggy.
- Over here it's that muggy heat that you can't breathe.
- So you'd think it would be hot and muggy there, and people wouldn't want to be bothered with wearing too much pesky clothing, right?
- The first version was cold and rainy; the second was miserably hot, smotheringly muggy.
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