adjective mug·gy \ˈmə-gē\

: unpleasantly warm and humid


Full Definition of MUGGY

:  being warm, damp, and close
mug·gi·ness \ˈmə-gē-nəs\ noun

Examples of MUGGY

  1. a muggy day in August
  2. It's very muggy out today.

Origin of MUGGY

English dialect mug drizzle
First Known Use: 1728

Other Climate/Meteorology Terms

monsoon, occlusion, ozone, rime, squall, zephyr

Rhymes with MUGGY

MUGGIEST Defined for Kids


adjective mug·gy \ˈmə-gē\

Definition of MUGGY for Kids

:  being very warm and humid <muggy weather>
mug·gi·ness noun


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