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Definition of damp

damp

adjective

  • bad; "not cool".
    I have to clean my room. How damp is that?
    Person 1: I can't go tonight, dude.

    Person 2: Dude, don't be damp.

    Last edited on Apr 23 2013. Submitted by Kyle-Ben on Apr 23 2013.

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