dank definition

  • adjective:
    • Disagreeably damp or humid. See Synonyms at damp.
    • dark, wet and humid.
    • very potent
    • Damp; damp; humid; wet.
    • unpleasantly cool and humid
  • verb:
    • (intransitive) To moisten, dampen; used of mist, dew etc.
  • noun:
    • a little silver money previously utilized in Persia.
    • dampness; moisture; liquid.
    • a little gold coin existing in Persia.
    • Cold dampness; unpleasant humidity.
    • Water, as a whole.
  • others:
    • wet; wet; soaked with cool dampness.
    • Synonyms Damp, Humid, etc. See moist.
    • which will make dank; moisten.

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