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sweltering

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishswelteringswel‧ter‧ing /ˈsweltərɪŋ/ adjective  HOTextremely hot and uncomfortable sweltering August days
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swelteringAs sultry as a sweltering day in August.The sky was still blue; the sun, growing in strength, promised a hot sweltering day.The soldiers marched on in the sweltering heat.Test conditions have included a scramble along Glencoe's Aonach Eagach ridge and a two-day back pack in sweltering heat.Hundreds of children sweltering in the heat went to the neighborhood pool.Everyone headed for the beach on that sweltering summer afternoon.the sweltering summer sun
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