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  • r  in a damp manner
    a scarf was tied round her head but the rebellious curl had escaped and hung damply over her left eye

  • In the unseasonably humid Brazilian fall, the men sweated damply in woolen suits or sported open-necked shirts and cruise clothes.
  • Daphne's English relations are a damply rotting family who call each other with gruesome whimsy names drawn from Gilbert Sullivan and Kenneth Grahame, "Uncle Pooh-Bah," "Rat .
  • The flags, half-staffed for Franklin Roosevelt, nodded damply downward.

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