Sultry

• (superl.) Very hot, burning, and oppressive; as, Libya`s sultry deserts. • (superl.) Very hot and moist, or hot, close, stagnant, and oppressive, as air.
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sultry

1. Very hot, burning, and oppressive; as, Libya's sultry deserts. 'Such as, born beneath the burning sky And sultry sun, betwixt the tropics lie.' (Dryden) ... 2. Very hot and moist, or hot, close, stagnant, and oppressive, as air. 'When in the sultry glebe I faint, Or on the thirsty mountain plant.' (Addison) ... Origin: From Sweltry. ... Source: ...
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sultry

stifling adjective characterized by oppressive heat and humidity; `the summer was sultry and oppressive`; `the stifling atmosphere`; `the sulfurous atmosphere preceding a thunderstorm`
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Sultry

Sul'try (-trȳ) adjective [ Compar. Sultrier ; superl. Sultriest .] [ From Sweltry .] 1. Very hot, burning, and oppressive; as, Libya's sultry deserts. « Such as, born beneath the burning sky And sult...
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sultry

characterized by oppressive heat and humidity
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sultry

characterized by oppressive heat and humidity
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sultry

[adj] - characterized by oppressive heat and humidity
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