Definition of dampish in US English:

dampish

adjective

  • See damp

    • ‘Cook mushrooms and garlic in the butter gently, adding enough breadcrumbs to make a dampish stuffing.’
    • ‘It was lunchtime on a dampish day which may have accounted for the small number of customers.’
    • ‘Our weather today is most disappointing, overcast and sort of dampish.’
    • ‘The ash is beyond dispute one of the most profitable coppice trees in Scotland; it grows freely and rapidly from stools in dampish glens.’
    • ‘Another dampish day, never quite raining, never absolutely dry.’

Pronunciation

dampish

/ˈdæmpɪʃ//ˈdampiSH/