Examples of muggy in a Sentence
a muggy day in August
It's very muggy out today.
Recent Examples of muggy from the Web
Monday night’s Game 7 victory, played on a hot and muggy Memorial Day at Houston’s Toyota Center, was a microcosm of the season.
On a hot and muggy Saturday afternoon, the Patriots clocked a time of 1:28.72 to finish in seventh place.
Dew points jump up to near 70 degrees, indicative of uncomfortably muggy conditions.
Workers arriving at a Columbia self-storage business along a busy stretch of Snowden River Parkway on a warm, muggy Wednesday in July 2016 found locks had been sheared off a number of the rental units.
On that hot and muggy night on April 14 in Rio de Janeiro, more than 3,000 people gathered at the center of Rio to demand police action in the murder of Afro-Brazilian politician Marielle Franco and to mark the one-month anniversary of her death.
The final was played in hot, muggy conditions with temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius (86 Fahrenheit) and humidity around 60 percent at the start of the match.
The Pop Warner football national title game was about to kick off on an oddly muggy day in early December, and everywhere parents were leading their children by the hand.
Otherwise, warm and muggy conditions prevail, with overnight lows in the 60s.
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Definition of muggy for English Language Learners
: unpleasantly warm and humid
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