|kostea englanniksi||dank, damp, moist, humid|
: The dank cave was chilly and spooky.
*: Now that the fields are dank and ways are mire.
*: Cheerless watches on the cold, dank ground.
: That was very dank marijuana.
*: Oerspread with a damp sweat and holy fear
: The lawn was still damp so we decided not to sit down.
: The paint is still damp, so please dont touch it.
*: All these and more came flocking; but with looks / Down cast and damp.
*: Night ... with black air / Accompanied, with damps and dreadful gloom.
*: Even now, while thus I stand blest in thy presence, / A secret damp of grief comes oer my soul.
*: It must have thrown a damp over your autumn excursion.
:* To damp your tender hopes - [[w:Mark Akenside|Mark Akenside]]
:* Usury dulls and damps all industries, improvements, and new inventions, wherein money would be stirring if it were not for this slug - [[w:Francis Bacon|Francis Bacon]]
:* How many a day has been damped and darkened by an angry word! - [[w:Sir John Lubbock|Sir John Lubbock]]
:* The failure of his enterprise damped the spirit of the soldiers. - [[w:Thomas Babington Macaulay|Thomas Babington Macaulay]]
:* Hollow rollers damp vibration. - [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb3238/is_200004/ai_n7935204]
*: Joseph Smith, a diffident, conscientious young man with moist hands and an awkward, absent-minded manner, was head gardener at Wotton Vanborough.
*: "The other car didnt explode," continues Shujaa. "The explosives were a bit moist. They had been stored in a place that was too humid."
*: Eyes moist, he hugged one of his attorneys and later said: "I feel like Ive been reborn."
*: With its mild, moist climate, Britain is uniquely placed to grow good grass.
*: Pituita, or phlegm, is a cold and moist humour, begotten of the colder parts of the chylus […].
*: Some being of the opinion of Thales, that water was the originall of all things, thought it most equall to submit unto the principle of putrefaction, and conclude in a moist relentment.
*: He slid a finger in me, checking to make sure I was moist and ready for him.
: 1667 - [[w:John Milton|John Milton]], Paradise Lost (1667)
:: Evening cloud, or humid bow.