|The Simple English Wiktionary has a definition for: humidity.|
The word "humid" often means that the humidity is high, which gives the feeling of being very damp (wet air), stuffy, or even sweltering when the temperature is also high. When the humidity is low, the air can be said to be "not humid" or "dry."
Humidity affects the rate of evaporation. With a higher humidity, the rate of evaporation is less.
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