Definition of Muggiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of muggy) ¹



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Definition of Muggiest

1. muggy [adj] - See also: muggy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muggiest

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

Literary usage of Muggiest

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1. Principles of Human Geography by Ellsworth Huntington, Sumner W. Cushing (1922)
"Think how different it would have been if they had had to cut oak trees on the muggiest kind of hot summer days. When the trees have been felled the ..."

2. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1901)
"... and face-sponging without soap, and I suffer no more from prickly heat or any other skin inflammation, even in the hottest, muggiest Bombay weather. ..."

3. Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia by Geographical Society of Philadelphia (1918)
"Think how different it would have been if they had had to cut oak trees on the muggiest kind of hot summer days. When the trees have been felled the ..."

4. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1899)
"It was uncommonly hot work in that stifling climate—one of the muggiest, moistest climates in India, I suppose, and there was nothing to console us, ..."

5. A World-pilgrimage by John Henry Barrows (1897)
"It has no magnificent temples to attract the visitor, and its heat is of the muggiest. But to me it has proved one of the most interesting cities in India, ..."

6. And that Reminds Me, Being Incidents of a Life Spent at Sea, and in the by Stanley William Coxon (1915)
"One exceedingly hot evening—and it certainly was one of the muggiest I can ever remember experiencing at Rangoon—we had a large dinner party for him. ..."

7. Principles of Human Geography by Ellsworth Huntington, Sumner W. Cushing (1922)
"Think how different it would have been if they had had to cut oak trees on the muggiest kind of hot summer days. When the trees have been felled the ..."

8. The Theosophist by Theosophical Society (Madras, India) (1901)
"... and face-sponging without soap, and I suffer no more from prickly heat or any other skin inflammation, even in the hottest, muggiest Bombay weather. ..."

9. Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia by Geographical Society of Philadelphia (1918)
"Think how different it would have been if they had had to cut oak trees on the muggiest kind of hot summer days. When the trees have been felled the ..."

10. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1899)
"It was uncommonly hot work in that stifling climate—one of the muggiest, moistest climates in India, I suppose, and there was nothing to console us, ..."

11. A World-pilgrimage by John Henry Barrows (1897)
"It has no magnificent temples to attract the visitor, and its heat is of the muggiest. But to me it has proved one of the most interesting cities in India, ..."

12. And that Reminds Me, Being Incidents of a Life Spent at Sea, and in the by Stanley William Coxon (1915)
"One exceedingly hot evening—and it certainly was one of the muggiest I can ever remember experiencing at Rangoon—we had a large dinner party for him. ..."

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