torrid

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin torridus, from torrere (parch, scorch).

Adjective[edit]

torrid (comparative more torrid, superlative most torrid)

  1. Very hot and dry.
  2. Full of intense emotions arising from sexual love; ardent and passionate.
  3. Full of difficulty.

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