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adjective as in very damp, referring to weather

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Example Sentences

The idea of being able to power these from humid air is appealing, he says.

The city climate is humid continental with a subtropical aspect.

Summers in Cleveland are typically warm and humid, and winters are cold, windy, and often include snow.

Summers are typically hot and humid, while winters can be quite cold and sometimes snowy.

Still, he adds, it is “much hotter and more humid than many of us have experienced.”

The hot, humid climate on parts of the continent is perfect for palm oil plantations.

September to October is less humid and more pleasant than summer in Korea.

That humid night, I realized I had forgotten how much I loved and missed performers like Gift of Gab, the Fat Boys, and Raekwon.

I had last seen Lembembe in March, on a sticky, humid evening in Yaoundé.

And, face it, no one really wants to be in humid Washington, D.C., at the end of June when they can be somewhere else.

In the south, however, there are some large rivers, and the forest region is very humid.

The climate is hot and humid, and many kinds of tropical fruit are produced in abundance.

She fled round the water-tank and gained the humid darkness of the grotto.

To any goddess the smell of the incense is sweet, the sight of the flowers, the humid eyes, the leaping heart delightful.

In humid weather the cloud hangs long and lazily in the air; in dry weather it is rapidly licked up.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to humid, such as: dank, moist, muggy, oppressive, soggy, and steamy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.