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dankadjective [-er/-est only]

 us   /dæŋk/
(esp. of ​buildings and ​air) ​wet, ​cold, and ​unpleasant: For ​years they ​lived in a dank, ​darkbasementapartment.
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dankadjective

uk   us   /dæŋk/
(​especially of ​buildings and ​air) ​wet, ​cold, and ​unpleasant: a dank, ​darkcellar In the ​cathedralvaults the ​air was dank and ​stale.
dankness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
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