dampish

Dampish vs Moisty - What's the difference?

dampish | moisty |


As adjectives the difference between dampish and moisty

is that dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky while moisty is moist.

Dampish vs Wet - What's the difference?

dampish | wet |


As adjectives the difference between dampish and wet

is that dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky while wet is of an object, etc, covered with or impregnated with liquid.

As a noun wet is

liquid or moisture.

As a verb wet is

to cover or impregnate with liquid.

Dampish vs Dammish - What's the difference?

dampish | dammish |


As an adjective dampish

is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

As a verb dammish is

stun, stupefy.

Dampish vs Dumpish - What's the difference?

dampish | dumpish |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between dampish and dumpish

is that dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky while dumpish is (obsolete) stupid, dull.

As adjectives the difference between dampish and dumpish

is that dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky while dumpish is (obsolete) stupid, dull.

Dampish vs Vampish - What's the difference?

dampish | vampish |


As adjectives the difference between dampish and vampish

is that dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky while vampish is like a vamp (flirtatious woman).

What is the difference between dampishness and dampish?

dampishness | dampish | Derived terms |

Dampishness is a derived term of dampish.


As a noun dampishness

is the quality of being moderately damp or moist.

As a adjective dampish is

(obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

What is the difference between dampishly and dampish?

dampishly | dampish | Derived terms |

Dampishly is a derived term of dampish.


As a adverb dampishly

is in a moderately damp or moist manner.

As a adjective dampish is

(obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

What is the difference between moist and dampish?

moist | dampish |


In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between moist and dampish

is that moist is (obsolete) watery, liquid, fluid while dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

As adjectives the difference between moist and dampish

is that moist is slightly wet; characterised by the presence of moisture, not dry; damp while dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

What is the difference between damp and dampish?

damp | dampish |


As adjectives the difference between damp and dampish

is that damp is being in a state between dry and wet; moderately wet; moist while dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

As a noun damp

is moisture; humidity; dampness.

As a verb damp

is (archaic) to dampen; to render damp; to moisten; to make humid, or moderately wet; as, to damp cloth.

What is the difference between smoky and dampish?

smoky | dampish |


As adjectives the difference between smoky and dampish

is that smoky is filled with smoke while dampish is (obsolete) characterised by noxious vapours; misty, smoky.

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