damp

[adj] - slightly wet 2. [n] - a slight wetness 3. [v] - restrain or discourage
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DAMP

Another term for Disorder of Attention, Motor Co-ordination and Perception.
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Damp

Damp (dămp) noun [ Akin to LG., D., & Danish damp vapor, steam, fog, German dampf , Icelandic dampi , Swedish damb dust, and to MNG. dimpfen to smoke, imperfect dampf .] 1. Moisture; humidity; fog; fogginess; vapor. « Night . . . with blac...
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Damp

Damp adjective [ Compar. Damper ; superl. Dampest .] 1. Being in a state between dry and wet; moderately wet; moist; humid. « O'erspread with a damp sweat and holy fear.» Dryden. 2. Dejected; d...
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Damp

Damp intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Damped ; present participle & verbal noun Damping .] [ Middle English dampen to choke, suffocate. See Damp , noun ] 1. To render damp; to...
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damp

1. Moisture; humidity; fog; fogginess; vapor. 'Night . . . With black air Accompanied, with damps and dreadful gloom.' (Milton) ... 2. Dejection; depression; cloud of the mind. 'Even now, while thus I stand blest in thy presence, A secret damp of grief comes o'er my soul.' (Addison) 'It must have thrown a damp over your autumn excursion.' (J. D. Fo...
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damp

dampish adjective slightly wet; `clothes damp with perspiration`; `a moist breeze`; `eyes moist with tears`
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damp

dampness noun a slight wetness
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Damp

• (superl.) Being in a state between dry and wet; moderately wet; moist; humid. • (superl.) Dejected; depressed; sunk. • (n.) To put out, as fire; to depress or deject; to deaden; to cloud; to check or restrain, as action or vigor; to make dull; to weaken; to discourage. • (n.) To render damp; to moisten; to make humid, or moder...
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Damp

Damp is British slang for ineffectual, feeble.
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Damp

Damp is British slang for ineffectual, feeble.
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Damp

Either moderate absorption or moderate covering of moisture; implies less wetness than that connoted by 'wet,' and slightly wetter than that connoted by 'moist.' See also Moist and Wet.
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damp

damp, in mining, any mixture of gases in an underground mine, especially oxygen-deficient or noxious gases. The term damp probably is derived from the German dampf, meaning fog or vapor. Several distinct types of damp are recognized. Firedamp is methane and other flammable gases, often mixed with ai...
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dAMP

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for deoxyadenylic acid.
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damp

Type: Term Pronunciation: damp Definitions: 1. Humid; moist. 2. Atmospheric moisture. 3. Foul air in a mine; air charged with carbon oxides (black or choke damp) or with various explosive hydrocarbon vapors (firedamp).
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DAMP

[software bundle] DAMP is a solution stack of computer software, usually free software or open-source software, that is used to run dynamic Web sites or servers running the Darwin operating system. The acronym is derived from the original acronym LAMP. The expansion is as follows: ...
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Damp

[disambiguation] Damp is an alternate term for Moisture. Damp or DAMP may also refer to: ...
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Damp

[mining] Historically, gases (other than breathable air) in coal mines in Britain were collectively known as `damps`. This comes from the Middle Low German word dampf (meaning `vapour`), and was in use by 1480. Damps included: The term damp also gives rise to damp sheet, a heavy curtain used to direct air currents and prevent the buildup of...
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Damp

[structural] Structural dampness is the presence of unwanted moisture in the structure of a building, either the result of intrusion from outside or condensation from within the structure. A high proportion of damp problems in buildings are caused by condensation, rain penetration or rising damp. ==Symptoms== Dampness tends to cause seconda...
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