darken


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Then, if in truth my lords can darken the moon, in the darkness I will take my lords by the hand and lead them out of Loo to this place, where they shall be safe, and thence we can make war upon Twala the king.
The blinds were partly drawn to darken the room, and Mrs.
And besides, to come forward and tell everything about himself must include declarations about Bulstrode which would darken the suspicions of others against him.
Finally she wound up by saying that she was disgusted with Spencervale church and she never meant to darken its door again, and she hoped a fearful judgment would come upon it.
He saw the girl's flaxen-yellow hair darken to her mother's gold as it lengthened into curls and ringlets until finally it became two thick long braids.
Lip-lip continued so to darken his days that White Fang became wickeder and more ferocious than it was his natural right to be.
The clock ticked through the minutes of a half-hour and the afternoon outside began to thicken and darken turbidly.
I tell you this: you will never darken these doors again
We were to darken the window of the inner chamber, set a watch in the little entry, light up, and then for a good time.
Three days later he received the scrap-book from a messenger, with a note warning him never again to darken his Old Friend's door.
Yet it goes hard with you that you should darken one side, when with both open you can scarce tell a horse from a mule.
The contrast between her fate and his must darken his bliss for a time.