Thesaurus / damped


But their pleasure was damped when they were led into the main cabin of the "old roadster."

Geoffrey HampsteadThomas Stinson Jarvis

The leather is first damped all over and the colour then applied in a succession of even washes.

If the two liquids do not separate well, the water may be filtered off, after cooling, through a damped filter.

"That's because they damped the straw afore they lit it in the chimbley to make 'em come down again," said Gamfield.

The World's Greatest Books, Vol IIIArthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.

He was afraid that someone might have got at them in the course of the day and either extracted the bullets or damped the powder.

The Day of WrathMaurus Jkai

This valve was supposed to be used only for repairs, after the pile was damped.

The RepairmanHarry Harrison

Wilson was the speaker, so his imprisonment had not damped his ardour.

Disillusioned by me, and damped by fire-brigade, mob went off and voted for other side.

But Prior was damped, until I stuffed him with two or three compliments.

The Journal to StellaJonathan Swift

In a transparent dielectric the conduction must be either electrolytic or disruptive, otherwise light vibrations would be damped.

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