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muggy

(ˈməgi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. George is just a little muggy. It doesn’t take much anymore.
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Justin Townsend, CEO, IGA Worldwide - In-Game Advertising -- the Research Perspective Emily Della Muggier, Interactive Entertainment Vice President, Nielsen
Angelenos wilted Thursday during a tropical heat wave expected to become muggier through the weekend with added moisture from former Hurricane Emily.
However, in the cropped areas, similarity in MOC stocks likely reflects a minor effect of management systems on the rapture and formation of microaggregates (<53 [micro]m) in Latosol soils (oxidic Red Latosol), whose main cementing agents are poorly crystalline iron oxides (Pinheiro-Dick and Schwertmann 1996; Muggier et al.
The area was cooler but muggier after a light rain.
It was a little bit muggier, and that helps my sort of bowling.