Dank sentence example

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  • A cold shiver went down his spine just thinking about it; a primal fear of dark and dank places.
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  • This gave rise to the later appellations Do-Dank and Chahar Dank, i.e.
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  • He had no flashlight, and the fear he'd felt during his first trip into this deep and dank hole was compounded by the absence of being able to see.
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  • The glow from the flashlight barely illuminated the next few feet of inky darkness as the two youngsters crept along the dank passageway.
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  • It was dark, and had a dirt floor for the most part, dank, clammy, and aguish, only here a board and there a board which would not bear removal.
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  • Dean's words echoed back to him, reverberating down the corridors of dank stone—then only silence.
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  • Visitors will travel from the dank sewers to the roof tops of London.
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  • It can get damp and dank underneath a house, and that dampness can creep up inside if it isn't dealt with.
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  • dank basement.
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  • Cork taint in the cork transfers to the wine and flavors it with a moldy, earthy, dank smell.
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  • The peasant folk lived in dark, dank cottages with a fire in the middle of the floor.
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  • While the pair was discouraged at the lack of success of their efforts, both were relieved to be leaving the dank and intimidating enclosure and moved quickly down the tunnel.
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  • Dean's words echoed back to him, reverberating down the corridors of dank stone—then only silence.
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  • What she delivers are simple, pretension free songs perfectly suited to a cold Monday evening in a dank basement.
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  • The sinner senses darkness in his soul similar to that of a dark and dank cellar.
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  • In the cuttings we were sheltered from the wind, but they were very dank and gloomy.
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  • The obvious passage from the base of the pitch chokes in dank phreatic tunnels.
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  • waist-high grass, in the dank, dark cellars they are acquiring new tastes, new cravings.
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  • dank, smelly air up the cliff face to where we stood.
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  • The blokes have long dank hair and a laddish look in their eyes.
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  • dank, dark cellars they are acquiring new tastes, new cravings.
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  • dank smokey rooms, floored by an appalling carpet.
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  • dank cell.
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  • dank conditions.
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