steamy

[stee-mee]
adjective, steamier, steamiest.
1.
consisting of or resembling steam.
2.
full of or abounding in steam; emitting steam.
3.
covered with or as if with condensed steam: a steamy bathroom mirror.
4.
hot and humid.
5.
Informal. passionate or erotic.

Origin:
1635–45; steam + -y1

steamily, adverb
steaminess, noun
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steamy (ˈstiːmɪ)
 
adj , steamier, steamiest
1.  of, resembling, full of, or covered with steam
2.  informal lustful or erotic: steamy nightlife
 
'steamily
 
adv
 
'steaminess
 
n

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Example sentences
It's warm and steamy inside, and smells of sweet, fresh milk.
The days to steamy ski goggles and fog-strewn windshields may be coming to a
  close.
Fifteen hundred people braved the steamy spring weather, and the store broke
  sales records.
Through harsh winters and steamy summers, gauges will track the expansion and
  contraction of joints and supports.
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