Sentence for damp | Use damp in a sentence

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  • Quite damp. (8)
  • No musty damp. (10)
  • No damp, you know. (10)
  • It was cold and damp, and I walked quickly. (8)
  • Why do you choose that cold, damp path to it? (4)
  • But otherwise all was a damp and dreary decorum. (9)
  • No sentiment of shame gave a damp to her triumph. (4)
  • Gyp bent down and put her lips to the damp forehead. (8)
  • That damp hay and close musty life are too intolerable! (10)
  • First he passed his handkerchief across his damp forehead. (12)
  • Why was he walking through a damp wood at this hour of the morning? (8)
  • He did not suppose they could be damp now, in the middle of the day. (4)
  • In 1828, he went to live with his brother Ferdinand in a new and damp house. (3)
  • Trying to record that thought, I noticed that my note-book was damp with dew. (8)
  • The loneliness was damp and mouldy and ugly, and seemed to be waiting for man. (12)
  • Hoarse and grating, like sounds issuing from a damp vault, was this first speech. (8)
  • The idea struck at his heart colder than if her damp little feet had been there. (10)
  • A damp smell of the graveyard finds its way into houses where workmen sit at meat. (2)
  • It was tiring to walk over the slippery leaves, but the damp wind cooled their faces. (12)
  • I know these two damp dead leaves I wear on my cheeks to remind me of midnight vigils. (10)
  • Evan looked round and met her appealing face, over which the damp locks of hair straggled. (10)
  • A room at an inn was always damp and dangerous; never properly aired, or fit to be inhabited. (4)
  • His chest rose and fell heavily, and he wiped the perspiration now and then from his damp brow. (5)
  • There were hollows in his cheeks, his dark hair looked damp; around his neck he wore a bandage. (8)
  • He plodded along amongst the damp woods with his head down, and resentment and dismay in his heart. (8)
  • The bare room, with tattered oilcloth and damp, distempered walls, has an air of tidy wretchedness. (8)
  • The mildew and dirt, the dark denuded dankness of that old hostel, rotting down with damp and time! (8)
  • Anne could do no more; but her heart prophesied some mischance to damp the perfection of her felicity. (4)
  • There was sunlight on the farthest Adige walls, but damp shade already filled the East-facing hollows. (10)
  • He could imagine the damp touch of very expectant fingers; the dying look of life-drinking eyes; and, oh! (10)
  • He could imagine the damp touch of very expectant fingers; the dying look of life-drinking eyes; and, oh! (22)
  • The night wind came in raw and damp, and threatened to blow their lamp out, and she was obliged to shut the window. (9)
  • But Clotilde had coughed in the damp morning air, and it would, he urged, be dangerous for her to be exposed to it. (10)
  • We marvel that this floor has lasted even as long as it has with so much water running into the cellar in damp weather. (17)
  • And the faces of those old heroes encircling that domed ceiling were blackened too, and scarred with damp, beyond recognition. (8)
  • He asked me what madness possessed me, to sit by an open window at midnight, in view of the public, with a damp wind blowing. (10)
  • When trim is delivered to the job, it should not be stored in a damp place nor fitted in place before the plaster is entirely dry. (17)
  • Some of the stalactites that hung from it looked like great icicles, and some of them looked like damp, grey clothes hung out to dry. (5)
  • What a white face, with eyes closed, with fair hair still damp on the forehead, with one white hand lying on the sheet above her heart! (8)
  • The warm night was filled with a damp mist that swathed the tree trunks to their branches and covered the slow-moving waves of the lake. (13)
  • Going over to these places in the wall it is quite evident that during the winter and damp season water has soaked through these crevices. (17)
  • When he recovered consciousness his head was damp with moisture trickling from something held to his forehead by a figure leaning above him. (8)
  • Gypsum blocks are good except for damp location, where they absorb moisture easily and, holding it, induce dry rot in the surrounding timbers. (17)
  • In another, a vaulted tomb, handsome externally but horrible inside with damp and cobwebs, there were three mounds of black earth and an uncovered thigh-bone. (2)

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