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He stripped off his coat, which was dampish, and revealed a dirty shirt and the dilapidated tops of his small clothes.
If the paper is left in a dampish room for fifteen minutes, it should be sufficient.
Planted against a wall, in good dampish loam, it succeeds well.
All the Bladder Nuts grow freely in good light dampish loam.
On the whole, it gives best results on heavy soils and in a dampish climate.
I'm afraid your beds are dampish; perhaps you had better go to your brother's room: I've left the ceiling on, there.
Something with a dampish, spongy tip, probably one of the grape-red tentacles he had glimpsed, prodded his shoulder.
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When I went home for dinner yesterday noon I give you my word my clothes was kind of dampish even then.
THE PORTYGEEJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
This makes a dampish cloth for dusting the base-boards, window sills, and other woodwork as well as the furniture.
I was to have spent a few days there, but Wynberg is cold at night and dampish, so I declined that.
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