“In stuffier times before the installation of floodlights and sophisticated drainage systems yet to be installed in the Rose Bowl car parks they would have abandoned this match.”
“He is withering in his criticism of the "scam" of commercial exploitation of renewable technology – "to produce solar voltaic energy in Britain does nothing except benefit German industry" – and is still seen as an outsider by the stuffier cliques of academe.”
“Rice uses a variety of charming strategies to ward off the stuffier conceits of the period love story, much of it set just before World War II in the railway station where the furtive lovers meet.”
“Unsplitting also often makes the revised version sound stuffier, at least to my ears”
““The stuffier the room, the harder the motor has to work to stay cool.””
“Their inventive compositions were looser than the stiff, stuffier studio portraits of the 50s.”
“My tent was getting smaller and stuffier by the second.”
“Using however where but (or though, although, yet or still) would do the job can make a sentence slower and stuffier.”
“The air seemed stuffier, hotter, danker, harder to breath.”
“The sound was loud enough to make the two-way mirror tremble, and the whole room suddenly got stuffier, as though Walter had breathed fire.”
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