Synonyms for Damp:

adj.

all (adjective)
dampish, moist.
heavy (adjective)
sodden.
moist (adjective)
dank, dewy, dampish, clammy, muggy, humid, moist, wet.
wet, humid (adjective)
moist, sodden, dewy, muggy, soaked, saturated, drenched, dank, soggy, cloudy, soaking, clammy.

n.

drenched, sodden, soaked, soaking, saturated, soggy, bedraggled. dilute, shrivel, lessen, reduce, erode, subside, chip away. damp (noun)
dampish, soften, dampness, mute, moistness, moist, break, dull, tone down, wet, weaken, muffle, dampen.
rainy (noun)
cloudy.
state (noun)
dampness, moistness.
wet (noun)
wet.

v.

perception (verb)
dull, dampen, muffle, tone down, mute.

Other synonyms:

drenched, soaked, baseboard, soaking, clerestory, frieze, sodden, soggy, gable. saturated, firewall, facing, dado. corner. front.

Usage examples for damp

  1. Sleepless and restless, I alone, In the dusk and damp of these walls of stone, Wander and weep in my remorse! – The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  2. The air was damp and chilly. – The Adventure League by Hilda T. Skae
  3. " No, sir; it's so damp – The Man with a Shadow by George Manville Fenn