swelter[ swel-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF swelter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SWELTER
The beat of the sun from above and the swelter of dust from below were overpowering.
The city, hot as an oven, seemed to swelter in the stifling night.
"But in hot weather like this it must make you swelter," continued Elmer.
How far away now seems the welter and swelter of the city, the hectic sophistication of the streets.
The poor children have to swelter in knitted socks, knitted hoods, and knitted sweaters, just because they come from America.
Then there is hot weather, perhaps up in the eighties, and Californians grumble, swelter and rustle for summer clothes.
She knew as a child what it was to live amidst storms of babies, in the heat and swelter of fecundity.
How the crowded chickadee babies must swelter in their bed of fur and feathers tucked inside a close, stuffy hole!
He hadn't much missed her in the swelter of the new passion, but after ten days passed he began to worry.
Then follows hot weather, perhaps up in the eighties, and Californians grumble, swelter and rustle for summer clothes.