Her hands felt clammy, her nerves fluttering.
The longer they talked, the deeper the clammy shadows sank into her.
It was cold and clammy and it trembled slightly.
She wiped clammy hands on her pants and moved toward the horse.
The metal clippers felt unusually cold in her clammy grip.
Scared, Deidre slid on her sandals and walked into the cold, clammy shadow world.
Great prostration, vomiting and cold, clammy perspiration follow within one to three hours.
The pale clay-coloured gills, offensive odour, and clammy or even viscid top are decisive characters.
She hesitated, growing uncomfortable in the clammy in-between place with the scary stranger.
His face was pale and clammy, his wit sharp but his eyes glazed.
Her hands grew clammy as she circled the wide base of the obelisk to see the names on the other side.
She was shaking, cold with fear on the inside and fevered skin clammy on the outside.
The comatose patient has a cold and clammy skin, livid lips and ear-tips - a grave sign - and " pin-point pupils."
By the time she reached the patio door, her skin was clammy, her heart racing.
Skin clammy with nervous sweat, Deidre concentrated on taking deep breaths.
Russian dressing is seldom reliable; not only is there an unpleasant odour, but in damp weather the pelts often become clammy, which is due to the saline matter in the dressing mixture.
A caustic taste in the mouth is quickly followed by burning abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhoea, with a feeble pulse and a cold clammy skin; the post-mortem appearances are those of acute gastrointestinal irritation.
in height, and as it grows becoming branched, and furnished with alternate sessile leaves, which are stem-clasping, oblong, unequally-lobed, clothed with glandular clammy hairs, and of a dull grey-green, the whole plant having a powerful nauseous odour.
It was dark, and had a dirt floor for the most part, dank, clammy, and aguish, only here a board and there a board which would not bear removal.
The woman.s hair was red with blood, and her face clammy, but she appeared to be alive.
Both have fleshy caps, whitish, moist and clammy to the touch; instead of a pleasant odour, they have a disagreeable one; the stems are ringless, or nearly so; and the gills, which are palish-clay-brown, distinctly touch and grow on to the solid or pithy stem.
It is very important that seeds should be sown when the ground is in a good working condition, and not clammy with moisture.
She stepped into the clammy, wet world of fog and darkness, pausing to focus on the portal that would lead to her sister.s house.
Jule's eyes were closed and his skin clammy.
Her body began to shake, and her hands were clammy.
The world was dark as always, cramped, his skin hot and clammy.
She gripped the handle of the axe more tightly, hands clammy.
It was cool and clammy.
The patient becomes collapsed, and the skin is cold and clammy.
Her skin was clammy, her forehead hot.
The temperature beyond its opening was cold, the air heavy and clammy.
She balanced the broom handle in clammy palms and slowly advanced up the steps.
clammy hands grabbed at mine.
clammy feeling " .
clammy mist and drizzle as we approached the North coast.
clammy air, a cellar smell of rot and mold.
Despite the cold, my back felt clammy under the layers of clothing, and my mouth was drier than a witch's tit.
Momentarily my heart palpitates; my hands become instantaneously clammy with sweat.
I feel myself growing tense and my hands getting clammy.
Posted in Diary, Writing on May 1st, 2005 by Graham Sleep releases me from it's clammy talons.
Posted in Diary, Writing on May 1st, 2005 by Graham Sleep releases me from it 's clammy talons.
If you've ever gotten that "clammy" feeling when you wake up, then you've probably been perspiring through the night and with no way for your mattress to reduce the moisture, you probably didn't get a good night's sleep.
Along with a racing heart, you may also feel yourself break out into a light sweat, as perspiration coats your body, your palms may begin to feel slightly clammy.
Hypothermia: Touch the person's skin to see if it is cold or clammy.
When you touch the person, does his or her skin feel clammy, cool or look bluish?
Clammy Locust (Robinia Viscosa) - Smaller than the ordinary False Acacia, but is elegant in foliage and beautiful in flower.
Phlomis Russelliana (Phlomis Viscosa) - A rather clammy plant of 3 feet, with bold wrinkled leaves, green above and downy beneath, and numerous bright yellow flowers of fine effect.
The whole plant is somewhat viscid or clammy.
Signs of traumatic shock include weak and rapid pulse, shallow and rapid breathing, and pale, cool, clammy skin.
Withdrawal-The characteristic withdrawal syndrome for alcohol includes feelings of irritability or anxiety, elevated blood pressure and pulse, tremors, and clammy skin.
This condition, which is also called physical collapse, is characterized by pale, cool, clammy skin; rapid heartbeat; and shallow breathing.
Extensive burns may induce shock, the symptoms of which are faintness, weakness, rapid pulse and breathing, pale and clammy skin, and bluish lips and fingernails.
The challenge is to dive undersea to save the Krabby Patty secret recipe while performing delicate surgery on SpongeBob's Barnacle Brain, Evil Thoughts and Clammy Hands without giving him a shock by setting off the buzzer.
We are led to see ourselves touching his clammy magician's hands, and almost to imagine wiping the hair from his fevered brow.
The skin of your feet looks lifeless, perhaps dull in color and slightly clammy to the touch.
clammy skin and dust blown itches.
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