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Damper
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Damper: In music this is a pad silencing a piano string except when removed by means of a pedal or by the note being struck. A device that decreases the amplitude of ele
Damper pedal
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Damper pedal: Foot pedal on a piano that when pressed down with the foot raises the dampers and allows the strings to vibrate
Damping
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Damping: Capacity built into a mechanical or electrical device to prevent excessive instability making humid or wet
Dampish
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Dampish: Moderately damp or moist. Damp"ish*ly, adv. Damp"ish*ness, n.
Dampne
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Dampne: To damn. [Obs.] Chaucer.
Dampness
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Dampness: Moderate humidity moisture fogginess moistness.
Dampy
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Dampy: Somewhat damp. [Obs.] Drayton. Dejected gloomy sorrowful. [Obs.] "Dispel dampy throughts." Haywards.
Damsel
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Damsel: A young unmarried woman. Damsel bug: a thin long-legged predatory bug.
Damselfiish
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Damselfish: Small brilliantly coloured tropical marine fishes of coral reefs. (n)
Damselfly
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Damselfly: Slender non-stinging insect similar to but smaller than the dragonfly but having wings folded when at rest. (n)
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