[ damp-drahy, -drahy ]
/ ˈdæmpˈdraɪ, -ˌdraɪ /
verb (used without object), damp-dried, damp-dry·ing.
(of laundry) to dry partially so that some moisture remains, as for ease in ironing.
verb (used with object), damp-dried, damp-dry·ing.
to cause (laundry) to damp-dry.
of or relating to laundry so dried.
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Origin of damp-dry
First recorded in 1955–60
Words nearby damp-dry
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