One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘You imagined him clammily cold to the touch, like a snake.’
- ‘Sweat poured off his body and the single sheet that covered him was damp and clammily cold around his neck.’
- ‘In retail establishments, traffic shrinks away when your store is overly hot of clammily cold.’
- ‘If you wake up feeling too hot or clammily cold, and your clothing and bedding are soaked or damp and clammy, you have night sweats.’
- ‘Angel's hair became plastered to her head while her clothes stuck to her clammily.’
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