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damp (DAMP) (adjective)
1. Moisture in the air; humidity: It was hard to dry the laundry because the air was too damp.
2. Somewhat or slightly wet: As Gwen's forehead was damp with perspiration, she urged her son to help her wipe up the mess of broken eggs on the kitchen floor with a damp cloth.
dank (DANGK) (adjective)
Disagreeably damp or very moist: Whenever it is dank, we can be sure that it is a result of a rainy, humid, or foggy situation.

While the woman was cleaning the dank basement, her forehead became very damp with perspiration so she wiped it with a damp cloth.

After a while, the cloth became dank and she had to replace it with another dry cloth.