Definitions

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  • n. humidity

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  • n. Humidity.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Humidity.

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  • n. wetness in the atmosphere

Etymologies

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humid +‎ -ness

Examples

  • Morning dawned with a hot humidness, unusual at that time of the year, but partly accounted for by the fact that they were still within the influence of the southern climate.

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  • It is not judicious to use dryers or heating elements to aid with the drying course of action since they promote humidness in the construction and this could promote the establishment of mold.

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