Swelt vs. Swelter

Swelt vs. Swelter — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Swelt and Swelter

Sweltverb

To die.

Swelterverb

To suffer from oppressive heat.

Sweltverb

To succumb or be overcome with emotion, heat, etc.; to faint or swelter

Swelterverb

(Archaic) To exude (venom, for example).

Swelternoun

A condition of oppressive heat.

Swelterverb

(intransitive) To suffer terribly from intense heat.

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Swelterverb

(intransitive) To perspire greatly from heat.

Swelterverb

(transitive) To cause to faint, to overpower, as with heat.

Swelternoun

Intense heat.

The summer swelter did not relent until late in September, most years.

Swelterverb

be uncomfortably hot

Swelterverb

suffer from intense heat;

we were sweltering at the beach