Need another word that means the same as “humid”? Find 16 synonyms and 30 related words for “humid” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Humid” are: muggy, close, sultry, sticky, steamy, oppressive, airless, stifling, suffocating, stuffy, clammy, soupy, heavy, fuggy, like a turkish bath, like a sauna
Humid as an Adjective
Definitions of "Humid" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “humid” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Containing or characterized by a great deal of water vapor.
- Marked by a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere.
Synonyms of "Humid" as an adjective (16 Words)
|airless||Lacking fresh air.|
A dusty airless basement.
|clammy||Unpleasantly damp and sticky or slimy to touch.|
|close||Fitting closely but comfortably.|
A close study.
|fuggy||(British informal) poorly ventilated.|
A fuggy pub.
|heavy||Large and powerful especially designed for heavy loads or rough work.|
Heavy grey clouds.
|like a sauna||Conforming in every respect.|
|like a turkish bath||Conforming in every respect.|
|muggy||(of the weather) unpleasantly warm and humid.|
|oppressive||Marked by unjust severity or arbitrary behavior.|
|soupy||Having the appearance or consistency of soup.|
A soupy fog.
|steamy||Depicting or involving passionate sexual activity.|
Steamy sex scenes.
|sticky||Having the sticky properties of an adhesive.|
The relationship is going through a sticky patch.
|stifling||Making one feel constrained or oppressed.|
The stifling formality of her family life.
|stuffy||(of a person) not receptive to new or unusual ideas; conventional and narrow-minded.|
A stuffy feeling in my chest.
|suffocating||Causing difficulty in breathing especially through lack of fresh air and presence of heat.|
Some marriages can at times feel suffocating.
|sultry||Characterized by oppressive heat and humidity.|
A sultry look.
Usage Examples of "Humid" as an adjective
- Humid weather.
- A hot and humid day.
- Humid air.
Associations of "Humid" (30 Words)
|blurry||Not clearly or distinctly visible or audible.|
My memories of him are blurry at best.
|cloud||Darken the sky with cloud.|
The smoke clouded above the houses.
A very grey cloudy day.
|condensation||Atmospheric moisture that has condensed because of cold.|
The inside of the cab steamed up with condensation.
|damp||Damp air or atmosphere.|
The muted notes should be produced by damping the strings at the seventh position.
|dampness||A slight wetness.|
The dampness in the air.
|dank||Unpleasantly cool and humid.|
Dank rain forests.
|dusty||Staid and uninteresting.|
Patches of pale gold and dusty pink.
|fog||Make (a film, negative, or print) obscure or cloudy.|
She stared at him confusion fogging her brain.
|foggy||Obscured by fog.|
My memories of the event are foggy.
|hazy||Indistinct or hazy in outline.|
The picture we have of him is extremely hazy.
|indistinct||Not clearly defined or easy to perceive or understand.|
An indistinct memory.
|jungle||A style of dance music incorporating elements of ragga, hip-hop, and hard core and consisting of very fast electronic drum tracks and slower synthesized bass lines, originating in Britain in the early 1990s.|
The lakes are hidden in dense jungle.
|marsh||New Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982.|
Thousands of acres of marshland.
|marshland||Low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water.|
Thousands of acres of marshland.
|marshy||Soft and watery.|
The marshy ground towards the sea.
|misty||Full of, covered with, or accompanied by mist.|
A misty out of focus silhouette.
The moist fertile soil.
|moisture||Water or other liquid diffused in a small quantity as vapour, within a solid, or condensed on a surface.|
The air was constantly heavy with moisture.
|morass||A complicated or confused situation.|
She would become lost in a morass of lies and explanations.
|muddy||Cause to become muddy.|
|quagmire||A soft boggy area of land that gives way underfoot.|
A legal quagmire.
Bombs rained down.
|soak||Fill soak or imbue totally.|
The rain poured down soaking their hair.
|soggy||(of soil) soft and watery.|
The chorus sings powerfully but the interpretation is ultimately soggy.
|swamp||Overwhelm with an excessive amount of something; inundate.|
A huge wave swamped the canoes.
|swampy||Characteristic of or resembling a swamp.|
|vapor||The process of becoming a vapor.|
|wet||Make one s bed or clothes wet by urinating.|
Drops of wet gleamed on the window.
|wetland||Land consisting of marshes or swamps; saturated land.|
The draining of British wetlands.