Meaning of dankly in English:



See dank

‘It dawned today dankly raining, but by mid morning and my coffee pilgrimage there was sunlight, intermittently, and a warming breeze from the south.’
  • ‘It was she who welcomed me into their small flat in a building so cheaply and recently erected that it still smelled dankly of fresh plaster.’
  • ‘Their ragged shifts and kirtles, soaked through with the drizzling rain, hung dankly on their emaciated forms.’
  • ‘The blooms that symbolised eternal life were dankly rotting.’
  • ‘It is impossible to keep really warm, one is either hot and fuggy or else dankly cold.’