muggy

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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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All of yesterday's mugginess - the day averaged a relative humidity of 87 percent - should give way to a beautiful, breezy weekend.
Everyone else has felt the mugginess or the heat and it doesn't really require your stamp of confirmation.
Lavigne chose the play because he was fascinated by the "deep south of the United States, the heat, the mugginess -- the racism and violence of that society.
Work days have been spent hiding from the sun under the office air-con, while nights are a constant battle for sleep and fresh air under the blanket of mugginess that descends across the nation with dusk.
But, on a festering afternoon of mugginess that was closer than a Sicilian's secret, nobody told AO'Brien, K Fallon or Dylan Thomas.
The air conditioning made Seven Stories a welcome refuge from afternoon mugginess yesterday.
While mugginess makes it feel warmer, dry weather raises the fire danger, according to Los Angeles County firefighters.