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Definition of Clammy

Clammy
Clammy Clam"my, a. [Compar. Clammier; superl. Clammiest.] [Cf. AS. cl[=a]m clay. See Clam to clog, and cf. Clay.] Having the quality of being viscous or adhesive; soft and sticky; glutinous; damp and adhesive, as if covered with a cold perspiration.

Meaning of Clammy from wikipedia

- Robinia viscosa, commonly known in its native territory as clammy locust, is a medium-sized deciduous tree native to the southeastern United States. "Robina...
- sources, and as C. myxa var. domestica by others. Cordia obliqua Willd. (the clammy cherry) has been placed in the "Cordia myxa complex", or treated as a synonym...
- McClammy is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charles W. McClammy (1839–1896), American politician Thad McClammy (born 1942), American...
- of flowering plant in the family Amaranthaceae known by the common name clammy goosefoot. It is native to Australia, but it can be found in other parts...
- Cuphea viscosissima, also known as blue waxweed, clammy cuphea or (ambiguously) as "tarweed", is an herbaceous plant in the loosestrife family. It native...
- from throughout the band's entire career. Later that year, b****ist Rob "Clammy" Cohen joined the ranks. The year ended with the band heading out on a European...
- Viscaria vulgaris, the sticky catchfly or clammy campion, is a flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae. It is an upright perennial growing to 60 cm...
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- 27, 2019. McFarland, Melanie (October 12, 2017). "Defining deviancy: The clammy thrills of David Fincher's "Mindhunter" on Netflix". Salon. Archived from...
- by the common names night-flowering catchfly, nightflowering silene and clammy ****le. It is native to Eurasia, but it is known on other continents as...