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damphy (dam-fee) (adjective) : (combination of damn and fun) —used to express one's excitement when amongst or describing an exciting moment

"Last night was damphy" "Today is about to be damphy"

Submitted by: Mitchell Patterson from Missouri on Aug. 20, 2017 09:01

dampture (noun) : the feeling of wet air : dampness

Submitted by: Helen from Minnesota on Mar. 04, 2007 12:04

damson (adjective) : The color purple

The man was wearing a damson shirt.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 28, 2005 15:08

dancercise (verb) : to practice an exercise regime that uses dancing steps or movements

In the field, they dancersice every morning.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Apr. 21, 2008 01:30

Dancercize (verb) : A combination of dance and exercise, or to get exercise while dancing.

Zumba is an excellent form of dancercize!

Submitted by: Sisi from Canada on Feb. 12, 2011 15:55

dancertude (noun) : a sassy feeling; the behavior of being sometimes annoying and/or mean and/or grumpy

That girl has serious dancertude!

Submitted by: Daniel on Apr. 03, 2007 18:22

dancy (adjective) : danceable

That new song is dancy.

Submitted by: Danny D. from California on Jul. 14, 2009 19:41

dandepuff (noun) : the white fluffy part of the dandelion

The lawn was full of dandepuffs.

Submitted by: Joan Hammond from Illinois on May. 02, 2010 18:47

Danebird (noun) : Another name for a Dragonfly

look at the Danebird!

Submitted by: someone on Oct. 07, 2005 13:02

dang nut (interjection) : — used to express extreme anger or frustration

Oh dang nut!! I forgot my homework on the table!!

Submitted by: Alyssa from New York on Feb. 18, 2007 14:45