What Is the Meaning of Dank?

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Dank is an adjective that refers to that which is unpleasantly moist or wet. Example of its use in a sentence, 'Vegetables went bad in the dank cellar'. The term first came into use in 1573.
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dank
[dangk]
ADJECTIVE [DANK·ER, DANK·EST.]
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unpleasantly moist or humid; damp and, often, chilly: a dank cellar.
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