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Synonyms for dampish

slightly wet


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My preferred option is to sow them in trays outdoors, keep them dampish and thin them out in mid July.
In a dampish, semi-wild area, the British native ramsons, Allium ursinum provides interesting ground cover, growing up to 22cm (9in) tall.
Haverfordwest were also uncertain on a dampish wicket and scored only 33 runs in eleven overs.
THE weather may have been a tad dampish of late - but you can't fault the folk at Audi for at least attempting to brighten up the outlook for car lovers.
``We have been caught on dampish wickets to start with,''Derrick said,by way of explanation for his side's failure to win any of their opening four games.
On a day when batting was never easy on a dampish wicket they were given a solid platform with openers Neil Humphrey and Hugh Jones putting on 121 runs in 37 overs.
By now they wanted to enter the front room in order to announce their presence politely with a loud "Good day," but what they saw there...A man in a hat with earflaps approached Hanemann; the untied strings of his hat hung down both sides of his dark, dampish face, and with a lazy, crooked movement he punched Hanemann in the chest with his wool-gloved hand.
LYTHRUM SALICARIA 'SWIRL' With spikes of pink flowers on 80cm stems, this very robust plant likes dampish soils and will put up with light shade.
Second-placed Chepstow won the toss and asked visitors Penarth to bat first on a dampish wicket and the Seasiders made slow progress to 173-4 from their 50 overs.
Now, in her basement studio in one of west Springfield's older neighborhoods - it's an old-ifashioned basement, with block walls and wooden support posts and the traditionally dampish subterranean smell - she's making renewed progress on her larger art pieces.