muggy

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muggy

(of weather, air, etc.) unpleasantly warm and humid

muggy

[′məg·ē]
(meteorology)
Referring to warm and especially humid weather.
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Temperatures are often warm but lacking the uncomfortable mugginess of summer, and the light can be startlingly clear, offering rewarding sunsets and sunrises.
All England Club officials went out on to court to examine the area at the end of the following match, but could not discover any mugginess, and revealed they were aware that certain areas of the roof were likely to allow through a few drips.
If the mugginess of summer has you longing for Canada, but the burden of such a journey is just too much, take solace: Canaan is near.
Vapor languished in the air, and the mugginess after the biting cold outside made me feel almost drugged," she writes in her book,.