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- n. The property of being torrid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Torridness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being torrid.
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- n. extreme heat
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Already, the unrelenting torridity of the Blasted Lands was beginning to affect the newly forged frigid monolith.
Nearness to the Equator, with its accompanying torridity, is often counterbalanced by high elevations above sea-level, with consequent rarefied air and low temperature -- a combination which embodies considerable advantages, as well as some drawbacks.
The silence of the desert was complete as though torridity had overwhelmed every other aspect of nature.
If Harman attempts to defile the Christian pulpit with his presence, I hope to the good Lord that the decent members of that denomination will tie him across a nine-rail fence and enhance the torridity of his rear elevation with a vigorous application of pine plank.
By its living breath and dancing spray, the parallels and zones breathe the breath of life and stir the febrile torridity of earth's Saharas.
What follows is a story of forbidden love told with an erotic and elegiac edge that drains the taboo together of all torridity and dissolves the age barrier.