Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of clammy: more clammy

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Examples

  • This one is brinyer and clammier than the red, and was my favorite.

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  • I thought I was going to be a little clammier that morning but actually was able to greet the group with a big smile and a warm hello.

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  • I thought I was going to be a little clammier that morning but actually was able to greet the group with a big smile and a warm hello.

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  • I hated the part where I was choking her because I could feel her skin getting colder and clammier and it felt sooooo real!

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  • God, his was even clammier than mine, and he showed me the shower and the toilet like they were so special, like maybe I'd never seen plumbing before, I don't know, and he showed me'the bed.

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  • God, his was even clammier than mine, and he showed me the shower and the toilet like they were so special, like maybe I'd never seen plumbing before, I don't know, and he showed me'the bed.

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  • They put their hands into their pockets, and my hand kept growing clammier all the time.

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  • They put their hands into their pockets, and my hand kept growing clammier all the time.

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  • They put their hands into their pockets, and my hand kept growing clammier all the time.

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  • English, his complexion being a rich olive, his rank hair dark and rather clammy -- made still clammier by secret ointments, which, when he came fresh to a party, caused him to smell like 'boys'-love' (southernwood) steeped in lamp-oil.

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