[ US /ˈhjuməd, ˈhjumɪd, ˈjuməd, ˈjumɪd/ ]
[ UK /hjˈuːmɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. containing or characterized by a great deal of water vapor
    humid air
    humid weather
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How To Use humid In A Sentence

  • These were monitoring variables like humidity and temperature, information that is invaluable to the horticulturalists attempting to propagate the trees.
  • The first was that, though the sea was indeed rough, there was little rain, and the air lacked the clammy humidity of a thunderstorm.
  • Weather balloons measure pressure, temperature, humidity and air speed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Significantly, he is unconcerned by the expected humidity.
  • Humidity and barometric pressure play a role in where she chooses to go. Times, Sunday Times
  • Experts have linked the harder rains to the warming of the Mediterranean, which results in higher humidity. Times, Sunday Times
  • The curved tail covers the nose while sleeping during extreme temperatures, acting as a filter to warm and humidify the inhaled air.
  • Right after we came ashore, we felt the sticky, humid air of the land hit our faces.
  • If you do use a portable humidifier (approximately 1 to 2 gallon tanks), be sure to empty its tank every day and refill with distilled or demineralized water, or even fresh tap water if the other types of water are unavailable.
  • Instruments constantly monitor temperature and humidity.
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