(a) Being in circumstances between dried out and wet; mildly wet; damp.
(n) dampness floating around; humidity.
(n) Foul or poisonous fuel that often pollutes the atmosphere in coal mines.
(n) Lowness of spirits; despair.
(v) In order to make damp or damp; moisten.
(v) To extinguish (a fire, including) by cutting-off environment.
(v) To restrain or always check; discourage.
(p) damp off Botany becoming affected by damping-off.
(v) To dampen; to make wet; to dampen; to help make humid, or mildly damp; as, to wet fabric.
(v) to place away, as fire; to depress or deject; to deaden; to cloud; to check on or restrain, as action or vigor; to create lifeless; to weaken; to discourage.
(v) To suppress oscillations (mechanical) or oscillations (electrical) by changing power to heat (or other type of power).
(v) To render wet; to moisten; in order to make humid, or mildly damp; to dampen.
(v) To put aside, as fire; to depress or deject; to deaden; to cloud; to test or restrain, as activity or vitality; to create lifeless; to deteriorate; to discourage.
Moist; humid; reasonably wet: because, a damp cloth; moist atmosphere.
damp in Community Dictionary
Acronym for Drink Assisted Memory PurgeUsing drink / alcoholic beverages to wipe your memory of a terrible few days or perhaps in anticipation of a "heavy night" when you fully have a much no recollection of what you got up to.Purge: to clear of ethical or ceremonial defilement by Exie GardReport definition
lifeless, a thing that is extremely awesome. Copywrited by wet Crew :) by Elsy BareReport definition
DAMP (dam-p) (adjective) - 1.) triflin, boo-boo, not good. 2.) T Wag-41 by MelanyReport definition