clammy[ klam-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF clammy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLAMMY
If too cold, it will scarcely rise at all, and will be white and clammy.
Until you have shivered in clammy cotton, you cannot realize the importance of this point.
Her own hands were cold and moist, and when she touched the child she thought its skin was clammy.
The engineer winced as Solinski enfolded his hand in a clammy grip.
He clenched his hands together; they were clammy with sweat, and his brain was in a whirl.
Merle stood at the window, her face grey in the clammy light.
His eyes were closed; a cold, clammy sweat was on his forehead—he was dying.
Cold, churlish, sticky or clammy clays are never to the liking of the grape.
My blood ran cold and the clammy sweat broke out on my brow.
The clammy, raw, chill of the streets seemed to affect his liver instantly.