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Things damp often describes (“damp ________”)
cloth, air, weather, earth, places, ground, soil, hair, towel, sand, climate, grass, atmosphere, heat, place, conditions, sponge, walls, clothes, paper, floor, wind, day, smell, woods, moss, situations, wood, areas, chill, night, forehead, room, rag, clay, cellar, leaves, skin, cold, mist, towels, spot, cellars, climates, soils, wall, sheets, squib, morning, spots, course, meadows, clothing, cloths, fog, hands, surface, straw, cell, rooms, face, forests, patches, bed, handkerchief, basement, curls, shirt, breeze, washcloth, patch, darkness, brow, wool, locations, houses, environment, winds, stone, forest, feet, sheet, evening, localities, snow, brush, plaster, sawdust, basements, floors, dungeon, stones

Descriptive words:
little, cold, black, great, chill, sudden, cool, excessive, constant, least, less, white, chilling, melancholy, much, warm, chilly, wind, dry, green, perpetual, dark, fire, deadly, additional, hot, momentary, greater, heavy, icy, concrete, thick, poisonous, universal, penetrating, raw, gray, left, choke, pathogenic, awful, slight, kept, clean, clammy, extreme, mortal, slightest, pervasive, sad, continual, neighbourhood, grey, occasional, phlegm, mild, unwholesome, fatal, noxious, musty, excess, continuous, foggy, nasty, dangerous, subterraneous, curious, mighty, tropical, incessant, contagious, bitter, eternal, stagnant, wet, unkindly, prolonged

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See damp used in context: 69 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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