Look-Up
damp (n):
a slight wetness
Related Words: nessmoistness
damp (v):
lessen in force or effect
Samples
soften a shock.
break a fall

Related Words: weaken
damp (v):
make vague or obscure or make (an image) less visible
Samples
muffle the message
damp (v):
restrain or discourage
Samples
the sudden bad news damped the joyous atmosphere
damp (v):
deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping
Related Words: mufflemute
damp (s):
slightly wet
Samples
clothes damp with perspiration.
a moist breeze.
eyes moist with tears

Related Words: moist
14 words in a day, 5000 words in a year | 5000 Most Common English Words
Powered By  rentanadviser.com | WordNet | TDK (Türk Dil Kurumu)
Next Proverb

Little things please little minds

---
Childish people are thrilled by childish, petty things


Dictionary-Translator Addon for Firefox: