- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dampen.
“The rain dampened spirits for the rivalry game, with thousands of fans hiding in the stadium walkways or wrapping up in ponchos.”
“The fact that they spoke in English dampened a rich, emotional moment and also erased the kudos”
“Although the "those people" phrase dampened the effect, that rap is pure John Cougar Mellencamp, and it could very easily work.”
“Mr. McDonald said consumer demand is still "dampened" in the U.S.”
“And I think that really kind of dampened some of the enthusiasm for him.”
“I found it hilarious when I saw it, then I found out one of the girls died, and it kind of dampened the fun-factor.”
“The report also found that business confidence had "dampened", with marketing executives signalling that the financial prospects for their own companies dipped to the lowest level in six quarters.”
“It bumps around a little bit but it kind of dampened the EPS impact year-on-year.”
“For one, the talking (and me not understanding most of it obviously) kind of dampened the mood during the fight.”
“He said the day was a "watershed mark", though enthusiasm had been "dampened" by the floods.)”
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