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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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Even the dullest and dampest winter's day seems cheery in Rome.
If that was indeed true, then heaven was red, and the memory of paradise could be plucked from the low-growing shrubs that grew in the dampest, muddiest bogs, a far cry from heaven it would seem, at least to some.
By giving orders that Ettinger be placed in the coldest and dampest cell in the Lefortovo Prison, Abakumov hastened his death, as a result of which the "medical terror" case remained uninvestigated.
As the dampest area of the rotor begins to enter the regeneration zone, the cool, regenerated rotor matrix is being initiated into the process zone.
For one thing, he painted the famous "Last Supper" on the dampest wall of that Milan refectory.
The velocity of the air current tends to increase as it approaches the fan and at the same time near the greenest and dampest portions of the hay on top.
This coating was widely used on military guns which had to perform in the dampest of climatic conditions in Southeast Asia.
Many of us eager to experience what had been convincingly billed as 'The Joy of Sex'found the real thing the dampest of possible squibs with elements of embarrassment, discomfort and pure panic flung in for good measure" - Broadcaster Vanessa Feltz.
AFTER one of the dampest Decembers on record the sun made a welcome return to Welsh skies yesterday.
The latest unwanted record comes after the dampest April across England and Wales since reliable rainfall records began in 1766.
Recent improvements in textiles allow climbers to stay warm and dry even in the dampest conditions.
NOT only did Master Of Hounds disappoint at a rain-lashed Belmont Park on Saturday, but well-fancied stablemate Viscount Nelson proved the dampest of squibs in the Grade 1 Manhattan Handicap, writes Nicholas Godfrey.
SOGGY Highlanders had their dampest July in more than half a century.
Not only had I chosen to make my first trip to the Fair City during the dampest November it had seen since 1866, but a miserable pall was hanging over the entire country.
May was the fourth dampest on record, said World Wildlife Fund Scotland.