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Definition of "muggy" []

  • Warm and extremely humid. (adjective)
  • (of weather, air, etc) unpleasantly warm and humid (adjective)

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Use "muggy" in a sentence
  • "A plunge into those waters seems like a great idea from where I am sitting in muggy, hot Durham."
  • "Am in muggy NYC, but have very spotty wifi access since my once-reliable neighbors seem to have moved."
  • "Saturday, two hours after the Bills completed their second of two practices in muggy conditions with temperatures peaking at 94."