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Synonyms for clammy

Synonyms for clammy

unpleasantly cool and humid


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My clammy, muddy garments clung to me like sheets of ice.
Now, for the first time, the deep stillness of the place laid a clammy hand upon the spirits of the children.
This year they're two and half weeks away from a tough qualifier in the clammy 30-degree heat of Sarajevo.
EATING was impossible, breathing was difficult, her skin was clammy and even having a wee was painful.
It has been fifteen years since I first saw Fritz Lang's M for the first time, and still, after all these years, the hairs on my neck stick up and my hands get clammy if I hear even just a few notes of Edvard Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King." It's probably one of the most sampled pieces in music history, and still all I can hearlike a long, hollow, interminable echois the sound of Peter Lorre whistling this tune all throughout M.
Friends and families who are looking to escape the summer heat but not planning to leave the city will find Millennium Plaza Dubai the ideal respite from the clammy weather.
Signs of heat exhaustion include dizziness, excessive sweating, pale or clammy skin, nausea or vomiting, rapid and weak pulse and muscle cramps.
You're anxious, with high blood pressure, tense muscles, clammy hands, dizziness, upset stomach, and trembling or shaking
Davids rubbery blueberry nipples" and "It's clammy, like the wrapping on a marked-down package of chicken legs" is cringe-worthy.
If an individual feels sweaty and clammy, is short of breath, and is experiencing pain in the chest or upper body, they should seek medical care immediately.
Symptoms of exposure to the drug include respiratory depression or arrest, drowsiness, disorientation, sedation, pinpoint pupils and clammy skin Anyone who believes they have taken the drug should seek immediate medical help.
Cold and clammy ones, damp and smooth, Dry and warty ones, pebbly and grooved.
So much so that we are now put off going into our garden for fear of getting covered in bites For our own benefit and to try to solve the problem we did a bit of research and it does seem they particularly like the clammy, damp and warm weather we have been getting recently.
I'd wake up clammy and cold but soaking wet from my neck to under my breasts.
These beauties are perfect for tackling hot clammy days in the city, or even wearing of an evening on your hols.