Containing or characterized by a high amount of water or water vapor: humid air; a humid evening. See Synonyms at wet.(adjective)
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Use "humid" in a sentence
"Bare legs are the norm, as nylons in humid weather are horrible."
"Nokia has already had a few problems rolling out its new touchscreen 5800 XpressMusic phone, including earpieces that go bad in humid weather and firmmware that wouldn't work on certain big-city 3G networks on the US model, but now they're screwing around with something serious: customers 'money."
"Folks that live in humid places can have problems with internal condensation build-up despite never riding in the rain."