Humid vs. Muggy

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  • Humid (adjective)

    Containing perceptible moisture (usually describing air or atmosphere); damp; moist; somewhat wet or watery

    “humid earth”

    “1667 – John Milton, Paradise Lost (1667)”

  • Muggy (adjective)

    humid, or hot and humid.

  • Muggy (adjective)

    wet or mouldy

    “muggy straw”

  • Humid (adjective)

    marked by a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere

    “a hot and humid day”

Oxford Dictionary

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