Definition of Muggily

1. Adverb. In a muggy way. ¹



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Definition of Muggily

1. in a muggy manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muggily

mugearites
mugful
mugfuls
mugg
muggar
muggard
muggars
mugged
muggee
muggees
mugger
muggers
mugget
muggier
muggiest
muggily (current term)
mugginess
mugginesses
mugging
muggings
muggins
mugginses
muggish
muggled
muggling
muggs
muggur
muggurs
muggy
mughal

Literary usage of Muggily

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1. Prejudices: Fifth Series by Henry Louis Mencken (1919)
"... of bold and forthright thinking, of the unafraid statement of ideas, he stated his own so warily and so muggily that they were ratified on the one hand ..."

2. About Ceylon and Borneo: Being an Account of Two Visits to Ceylon, One to by Walter J. Clutterbuck (1892)
"The climate at Mount Lavinia is so muggily hot, I would say if it were English so damply hot, that although I fancy the thermometer never goes beyond 86° ..."

3. Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor by Thomas L. Masson (1903)
""Where do you want to go?" said the ticket clerk, somewhat pointedly. There was a pause, while the inebriated one muggily reflected, and then he blandly and ..."

4. Letters of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell, Charles Eliot Norton (1904)
"It has rained almost every day and moreover been muggily sultry. Every dog has chosen this June to have his day in, impatient of his star's delay. ..."

5. Mrs. Private Peat, by Herself by Louisa Watson Peat (1918)
"The day was muggily warm. There was a steady, drizzling down-pour of fine rain; gloom and murk of weather seemed the only stage setting to a pageant of ..."

6. Prejudices: Fifth Series by Henry Louis Mencken (1919)
"... of bold and forthright thinking, of the unafraid statement of ideas, he stated his own so warily and so muggily that they were ratified on the one hand ..."

7. About Ceylon and Borneo: Being an Account of Two Visits to Ceylon, One to by Walter J. Clutterbuck (1892)
"The climate at Mount Lavinia is so muggily hot, I would say if it were English so damply hot, that although I fancy the thermometer never goes beyond 86° ..."

8. Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor by Thomas L. Masson (1903)
""Where do you want to go?" said the ticket clerk, somewhat pointedly. There was a pause, while the inebriated one muggily reflected, and then he blandly and ..."

9. Letters of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell, Charles Eliot Norton (1904)
"It has rained almost every day and moreover been muggily sultry. Every dog has chosen this June to have his day in, impatient of his star's delay. ..."

10. Mrs. Private Peat, by Herself by Louisa Watson Peat (1918)
"The day was muggily warm. There was a steady, drizzling down-pour of fine rain; gloom and murk of weather seemed the only stage setting to a pageant of ..."

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