fuggy

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Adjective[edit]

fuggy ‎(comparative fuggier, superlative fuggiest)

  1. muggy, stuffy, with bad ventilation
    • 1921, Clutha N. Mackenzie, The Tale of a Trooper[1]:
      Mac and Smoky scorned the fuggy atmosphere of the lower decks, and proceeded to select a breezy spot on the after boat-deck.
    • 1905, Horace Annesley Vachell, The Hill[2]:
      "It's horribly fuggy in here, and I've Jambi[1] to do; but I'm not going till you give me your word that you'll leave young Kinloch alone."