humid[ hyoo-mid or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humid
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMID
The day had been humid, warm and sultry, and the doors and windows were open.
We escaped finally, damp with much laughter in a humid atmosphere.
Spero stood at the writing-desk for a time, and his dark eyes were humid.
Now, her mood was such that the humid sky harmonized with it.
The eyes, soft, humid with compassion, looked directly out to his.
They were as much at home in the mud as they were in the dank, humid air above.
But in this humid climate it would become worthless in a few months.
The hot, humid atmosphere made them black and sapped their energies.
A cramp caught from the treacherous chill of the humid soil?
They could be seen to lengthen as there humid bases widened.