Definition of 'muggy'
Example sentences containing 'muggy'
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She had to turn her desk light on as the morning had turned overcast and muggy. AFTERMATH (2001)It was a hot, muggy afternoon, with the sort of tension in the air that meant rain would probably come soon, perhaps even a thunderstorm. AFTERMATH (2001)A bright morning, the muggy air of the evening before blown away on a wind that promised cool gusts to mellow the heat of the afternoon. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
Luke asked as they walked down a flight of stairs and out of the terminal into the muggy morning air. FALLOUT (2001)
Trends of 'muggy'
Used Rarely. muggy is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'muggy'
British English: muggy ADJECTIVE
Muggy weather is unpleasantly warm and damp.
It was muggy and overcast.
Definition of muggy from the Collins English Dictionary
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