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dank

(dæŋk)
1. mod. very good. We stopped for a while in this real dank little bistro on the main boulevard.
2. mod. very bad. Class was so dank today. I thought I would die of terminal boredom.
3. n. potent, moist marijuana. (Said to be stored away from light.) I’ll take dank any day.
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The smell of carbolic and sweat, the cigarette smoke - because everyone smoked in those days - the darkness and the dankness.
48-49):</p> <pre> Your history is an array / of armpit odours, / the dankness of dark alleys, / salt and sweat / and the reek of silence / in an unwashed mouth.
Yasumitsu Matsunaga was asked to design a set of conveniences for Tama Zoological Park in Tokyo, which aimed to dispel stereotypes of dankness and general mediocrity.
It is a story of small men waiting to see which way the wind would blow, of profound distrust, fear, and bureaucratic maneuvering, redolent of the human dankness of Dostoevsky and the absurdity of Gogol.
Not the worst for snow - we've had more in past winters, but for the sheer grinding, numbing, non-stop depressing, cold, darkness and dankness.
And all at once, the crumbling concrete and the dark, dankness of the old place didn't matter.
The first shot is an intense blend of pine and orange rind, and then just as your sense of smell just starts to recover, the dankness and resiny herbaceousness come through with hints of grapefruit.
It's all played out over two levels (plus a sleek underground way of disposing of Todd's victims) and against the dankness of London's sink hole back streets.
The super creepy Franklin Street underpass, a 400-foot expanse of dankness and pigeon .
As we slid down the embankment and moved into the cavernous underpass, I was struck by the smell and dankness of the place.