This wall is damp.
If you watch the sun setting on a warm, damp day, you can see the moisture changing the shape of the sun.
Old homes, especially traditional Japanese ones, can be damp and unfriendly to modern life.
After it rains and the ground is damp, it's easier to pull weeds.
We get month after month of damps and drizzle
My neighbours who built their house upon a rock ended up with a damp basement.
If the Dutch roll tendecy is not effectively dampened, it is considered objectionable.
Autumn in London is usually chilly and damp with rain and drizzle.
Are there any structural problems such as large cracks or damp?
There were a couple days where it was quite windy but, generally, they get very little wind, so even at minus 10 it really doesn’t feel colder than plus 3 or 4 or 5 degrees here in Vancouver where it’s so damp.
It’s a bit damp outside, although it isn’t raining.
CHAPTER FOUR Valjean and Cosette Somewhere on the outskirts of Paris, Jean Valjean stopped outside a large, ancient building with damp walls.
He put his hand on her forehead and felt that it was damp
'Our hotel room felt cold and damp.' 'On damp days, we have to dry the washing indoors.
The down of chicks that have just hatched is damp, but after two hours it dries out and becomes fluffy.
English word "vlhký"(damp) occurs in sets:300 most important Slovak adjectives 251 - 275
She's been crying - her eyes are still moist.
When rain's fallen and the soil is moist, it becomes easier to pull out weeds.
Her eyes were moist with tears.
Bring me a moist towel.
Winds from the sea are moist.
This soil is moist.
That way, the lettuce stays moist and the bread stays dry.
This earth is moist owing to the recent rain.
'The bread was still nice and moist.' 'These plants prefer a warm, moist atmosphere.'
I turned my head and looked into her moist eyes.
The glowing woman's flower open, moist, generous, fearless.
He felt a breeze of warm, moist air.
the air was moist and heavy”
Smoky eyes and moist skin are all trends.
I like the Japanese custom of offering guests moist towels, called oshibori.
English word "vlhký"(moist) occurs in sets:300 most important Slovak adjectives 276 - 300