adjective \ˈdaŋk\

: wet and cold in a way that is unpleasant

Full Definition of DANK

:  unpleasantly moist or wet <a dank basement>
dank·ly adverb
dank·ness noun

Examples of DANK

  1. <vegetables tended to go bad quickly in the dank cellar>

Origin of DANK

Middle English danke
First Known Use: 1573


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