What is the difference between muggy and stickiness?

muggy | stickiness |


As a adjective muggy

is humid, or hot and humid.

As a noun stickiness is

the property of sticking or adhering; adhesion.

muggy

English

Adjective

(er)
  • humid, or hot and humid.
  • Synonyms

    * (of the weather) , oppressive, sultry

    stickiness

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • the property of sticking or adhering; adhesion
  • * '>citation
  • warmth and humidity, as on a muggy day
  • (economics, of prices or wages) the tendency to stay the same despite changes in the economy
  • (marketing, interface design) the presence of unique attributes that make a product indisposable and valuable to its owner
  • The stickiness of a cellphone might be measured by its ability to tell correct time, locate its user, and allow its user to remain connected regardless of location.
  • (advertising) a research measure that captures the extent to which viewers wish to spend more time looking at or reading a print ad.
  • The low stickiness rating helped explain why our ad’s brand linkage rating was so low: people were turned off by the blurriness of the main photo.
  • (psychology) an overemotional attachment to others; clinging in interpersonal relations; difficulty with ending conversations
  • See also

    * * * brand linkage *