sweltering

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hot and humid; oppressively sticky

The day was sweltering, so Lauren put on the shortest pair of shorts she could find and went to get ice-cream with her friend Rob.

Present participle of swelter
excessively hot and humid or marked by sweating and faintness; "a sweltering room"; "sweltering athletes
If you describe the weather as sweltering, you mean that it is extremely hot and makes you feel uncomfortable. extremely hot and uncomfortable
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To perspire greatly from heat
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{v} to nearly melt or perish with heat
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be uncomfortably hot
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To be overcome and faint with heat; to be ready to perish with heat
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{f} suffer from intense heat
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If you swelter, you are very uncomfortable because the weather is extremely hot. They sweltered in temperatures rising to a hundred degrees. to feel extremely hot and uncomfortable (swelt (11-20 centuries), from sweltan )
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suffer from intense heat; "we were sweltering at the beach"
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To oppress with heat
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To welter; to soak
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Intense heat
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To exude, like sweat
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suffer from intense heat; "we were sweltering at the beach" be uncomfortably hot
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To suffer terribly from intense heat
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