from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Covered with or smelling of sweat.
- adj. Causing sweat: a sweaty job.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. covered in sweat
- adj. having a tendency to sweat
- adj. likely to cause one to sweat
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Moist with sweat
- adj. Consisting of sweat; of the nature of sweat.
- adj. Causing sweat; hence, laborious; toilsome; difficult.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Moist or stained with sweat: as, a sweaty skin.
- Consisting of sweat.
- Causing sweat; laborious; toilsome.
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No chubby sloppy americans in sweaty 'wife-beater' underwear.
A large passenger jet was parked on the tarmac, and a disordered crowd was heading toward it in sweaty haste.
All, however, will be red-faced and sweaty from a surprisingly vigorous workout.
A good taleggio, Gorgonzola or Brie might be described as sweaty or slimy.
All but constantly on the verge of losing it entirely, he delivers his lines in sweaty desperation, lines like "I don't talk to ordinary people unless there's an election on."
Alongside about 30 Oldsmobile dealers, I once tied on a blindfold and then stumbled, sweaty hand in sweaty hand, through a cow pasture near the Saturn plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
Bacteria love warm, wet places, and so they grow much faster in sweaty areas.
Her ass was sweaty from the leather seat on her chair.
At right about the same age, 10 months or so, they went from sweet, smiling, docile cherubs to, well, sweet, smiling, whirling dervishes with me in sweaty, frustrated pursuit.
The CMJ Music Marathon isn’t all about late-night concerts in sweaty clubs and unnecessarily long lines outside those sweaty clubs.