Thesaurus / sultry


About midnight the combination of sultry heat and banked clouds produced the usual results.RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
A young Englishman, a wine merchant, accompanied us in our journey through this sultry valley and was our cicerone.FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
The thermometer now ranged between 87 and 89 degrees and the weather was consequently extremely oppressive and sultry.NARRATIVE OF A SURVEY OF THE INTERTROPICAL AND WESTERN COASTS OF AUSTRALIA] [VOLUME 2 OF 2]PHILLIP PARKER KING
Can it be this minute dust affecting the lungs which makes us breathe as if in the sultry hours preceding a thunder-storm?JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
It was a sultry summer day; all the study doors were open, and all their occupants were absent in the cricket-field, or bathing.ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
One sultry day, my little boy and I went to play under the shade of this tree.ST. NICHOLAS, VOL. 5, NO. 5, MARCH, 1878VARIOUS
You have come back with honor, who departed hence, four years ago, leaving the air sultry with fanaticism.THE FLAG REPLACED ON SUMTERWILLIAM A. SPICER
The sultry suns of summer came,And he grew thick and strong; His head weel arm'd wi' pointed spears,That no one should him wrong.THE BOOK OF HUMOROUS VERSEVARIOUS
Far in the sultry west was an occasional play of lightning, the hot eye of day peeping back into the sweltering night.A YANKEE FROM THE WESTOPIE READ
When she got there, she found Bessy lying on the settle, moved close to the fire, though the day was sultry and oppressive.NORTH AND SOUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL


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