noun hu·mi·ture \ˈhyüməˌchu̇(ə)r\

Definition of humiture



  1. :  a combined measurement of temperature and humidity computed in integers by adding the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to the relative humidity and dividing by two and choosing the next integer if a fraction of 12 is left over when the temperature is 75° F and the relative humidity is 60 percent the humiture is 68

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Origin and Etymology of humiture

blend of humidity and temperature

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a trip made at another's expense

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