sweltering[ swel-ter-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF sweltering
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SWELTERING
The place was silent with the peaceful calm of a sweltering August day.
Hard on the heels of a sweltering autumn the winter came down.
The crisis came on Sunday the 28th of June, a day of sweltering heat.
The happy, sweltering audience did not seem to see her in the first act.
The sweltering heat caused a gradual discarding of garments.
It was a sultry evening, and London was still stifling after a sweltering day.
Sweltering, crushed, and turned about, the mob began to be irritated.
The day broke with an atmosphere charged with sweltering heat.
It was the end of July; Podgoritza was sizzling and sweltering in the summer sun.
Who could think of so preposterous a thing as dinner this sweltering day?