The weather was oppressively warm again on this day, and business in Ecorse was apparently not "booming."
The room was oppressively quiet, walled in by the thick sod from the storm.
How oppressively sultry the air had grown, spite of the raging storm which extinguished so many torches!
He knew and felt most oppressively that everything almost was against him.
Yet even the Khalifa's methods were oppressively monotonous.
The dinner was beautifully cooked and served, and was not oppressively long.
The chapel was very full, it seemed to him oppressively hot, and he felt the blood flushing his forehead.
The younger boys were troublesome, and the day oppressively hot.
The weather was not oppressively warm, and the journey was said to be only about seven miles.
It is said to be so—to be wet, woody, and oppressively malarious.