How to use Dampen in a sentence

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  • Even the red sun couldn't dampen her mood.

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  • Use cold water, dampen a sponge and work from the center of the stain with gentle outward strokes.

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  • With the underdog team refusing to let ill-fortune dampen enthusiasm, things improved in the fourth match against Eastwood Park.

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  • Simply dampen it a bit and in no time you will have sparkling clean glasses to show your wine off in.

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  • That's not to dampen your spirit; the state produces more than 90 per cent of the wine in the United States and carries the banner for this country's wine throughout the rest of the world.

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  • Slightly dampen the fabric item using a fine water spray.

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  • Cleaning excess grout off the tiles will likely require you to dampen the sponge or rag many times.

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  • Normally, he didn't dampen the pain for the Guardians, who felt the full length of his four inch incisors enter their necks.

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  • However the weather did not dampen our spirits, stop us birding or keep the birds away.

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  • However, given the current upswing in the housing market, it will now be correctly timed to dampen the business cycle.

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  • Had a brilliant weekend, even the biblical style downpours on saturday couldnt dampen my enthusiasm.

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  • Some children find that using weights on the arms can help dampen the worst of the uncoordinated arm movements.

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  • Waiting in long lines and shoving your way through crowds can quickly dampen romantic feelings.

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  • If you want the extra shine mentioned in the spit shine section, dampen the cloth.

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  • Dampen a clean, soft cloth with apple cider vinegar.

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  • The system of making-ready employed now is quite different from that in use when it was necessary to dampen paper before it could be satisfactorily printed.

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  • For very absorbent surfaces dampen the surface down first with a damp cloth or sponge.

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  • Even the ample rain does n't dampen the good times.

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  • For the most part however, intra-articular steroids may be sufficient to dampen down the activity of this inflamed lining.

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  • Appalling weather required a quick relocation from the sea front to a pub skittle alley, but did nothing to dampen participants ' enthusiasm.

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  • For the bathroom, dampen a cotton swab with your favorite essential oils and swab the inside of a toilet paper roll.

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  • Add water with a hose, but be sure to stick it into the pile and not just dampen the top.

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  • Dampen the bristles of your accent brush slightly before applying the color.

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  • Teens can be demanding family members, and a surly teenager can dampen an entire vacation.

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  • However, these natural pain killers may not adequately dampen a continuing pain message.

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  • If you color your hair at home, be sure to wet or slightly dampen your hair first.

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  • You should also dampen your hair to look like you live in rainy Forks.

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  • Salt - Dampen the stain and rub with table salt.

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  • Saturate the area, blot up the excess and then dampen it again.

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  • In some cases, you can dampen it water the vinegar water, then lay a white towel over the area to help absorb the stain up.

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  • Simply dampen a rag with the ammonia and wipe down the enclosures.

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  • Dampen a clean cloth and wipe the outside of the camisole.

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  • You do not want to soak your camisole, just dampen it.

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  • Buttermilk - Dampen the corner of a washcloth with buttermilk.

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  • To use magnesium hydroxide on your acne, dampen your skin with a warm cloth.

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  • Dampen your skin slightly with a warm cloth before applying your mask.

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