Beads of sweat dotted his forehead and his skin felt clammy .
The sky bore only a few thin clouds, and the air was warming after the clammy chill of the rain.
Patients often feel cool, yet clammy or sticky to touch, and sometimes have dilated hand veins.
Secondly, my face would frequently drain itself of colour and coat itself with a clammy sweat.
In the cold clammy caves of the Claddagh, the mould of the sea happily coexisted with the mould of the river.
You may suddenly break out into a sweat with cold, clammy skin.
The air became thick and clammy ; it was as if you were breathing through a straw.
My palms started to feel clammy as beads of sweat collected on my forehead.
If you wake up feeling too hot or clammily cold, and your clothing and bedding are soaked or damp and clammy , you have night sweats.
Sheets from the bed clung to her clammy skin and her forehead was matted in sweat.