sweaty

[swet-ee]
adjective, sweatier, sweatiest.
1.
covered, moist, or stained with sweat.
2.
causing sweat.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English swety. See sweat, -y1

sweatily, adverb
sweatiness, noun
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sweaty (ˈswɛtɪ)
 
adj , sweatier, sweatiest
1.  covered with sweat; sweating
2.  smelling of or like sweat
3.  causing sweat
 
'sweatily
 
adv
 
'sweatiness
 
n

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Example sentences
That's right, shoes that makes sweaty feet feel minty.
Sweaty palms, armpits, and faces are not acceptable.
We soon gave up trying to swat away the insects that buzzed incessantly around
  our sweaty faces.
The fetid water mingles with hot sticky air laden with the stench of sweaty
  fights.
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