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- n. the state of being clammy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. State of being clammy or viscous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being clammy.
- n. The state of being cold and moist to the touch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. unpleasant wetness
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And damp, as well: a kind of clamminess that clung to the skin and penetrated her clothing.
The nights are still bitterly cold here and the 10 o'clock start will leave some clamminess.
And then anxiety came creeping back: the clamminess, the suddenly speeding heart, the heat flashes, the disorientation.
Feel a baby's skin for lumps and bumps, fever, clamminess, or a fast or unusual heartbeat or other sensations.
It was hot and sticky out, and the growing crowd was adding to my overwhelming feeling of clamminess and unease.
She knew this feeling, that nausea, the clamminess in her armpits and the small of her back.
He rolled his shoulders in an attempt to shake off the disquiet, the clamminess, the feeling of reluctance and obligation.
If you constantly sweat, wash your hands with cold water in the bathroom before hitting a networking event — the lower temperature will reduce clamminess.
A prickly clamminess crept down Duncan's back like a rain-soaked centipede.
He could tell that it was getting colder, though, even if his stream-soaked clothes had long since been air-dried to no more than a faint clamminess by the speed of their flight and the heat of the unicorn's body.