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Synonyms for damp

Synonyms for damp

slightly wet

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Synonyms for damp

a slight wetness

deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping

restrain or discourage

make vague or obscure or make (an image) less visible

lessen in force or effect

slightly wet

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Alas, it was the dampest of damp squibs; sticking strictly to the Chatham House rules I can report that a man gave his thoughts on company leadership, the London Olympics are going to cost more than pounds 2.
Yet entirely false as Everton found themselves immersed in the dampest of squibs once the main event began.
In energy efficient pads the handout might fit the bill, but not when our old folk fester in some of the dampest, draughtiest, worst insulated homes in the country.
Scotland suffered its dampest ever year, but some English regions saw some of their driest ever months and a drought order granted in the South East earlier this month.
2011 was also one of the driest - or the wettest, depending on where you live - with Scotland suffering its dampest ever year but some English regions seeing some of their driest ever months and a drought order granted in the South-East earlier this month.
While this is a long way off, coming in January or February will mean that Mr Gibb will feel the school at its coldest and dampest.
The search for a suitable 'terroir' for Pinot Noir is almost a quest for the 'Holy Grail' and certainly, the Willamette Valley offers favourable conditions, having the coolest and dampest climate in the region.
Manchester was also the scene of the biggest showdown of the summer turning into the dampest of squibs.
But as Terry Butcher put his troops through their paces in deepest, dampest Lanarkshire, all morbid thoughts were cast aside.
And this has been a phenomenally wet winter, the dampest since the 1940s, according to the older end.
He had the ability to raise even the dampest of spirits with his characteristic cheeky smile and fantastic sense of humour.