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muggy

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adjective, mug·gy \ˈmə-gē\

Simple Definition of muggy

  • : unpleasantly warm and humid

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of muggy

muggiermuggiest

  1. :  being warm, damp, and close

mugginess play \ˈmə-gē-nəs\ noun

Examples of muggy in a sentence

  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

Rhymes with muggy


MUGGY Defined for Kids

muggy

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adjective mug·gy \ˈmə-gē\

Definition of muggy for Students

muggiermuggiest

  1. :  being very warm and humid <muggy weather>

mugginess noun




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