Such a severe bastinado was first administered to him, that he was left more dead than alive; then Saouy threw him into the darkest
and deepest dungeon, and fed him only on bread and water.
This, of course, could not be had in a moment, and the five months that followed were the darkest
days in the childhood of the telephone.
Then I will recover him," said Don Quixote, "even if he be shut up with him in the deepest and darkest
dungeons of hell.
Fogg and Aouda, installing themselves at a table, were abundantly served on diminutive plates by negroes of darkest
In the darkest
corner of the hut sat a shapeless mass of darkness that grunted "Hey
And D'Artagnan, making himself as small as he could, concealed himself in the darkest
side of the street near a stone bench placed at the back of a niche.
They said he was so accustomed to darkness that he could see a pin in the darkest
corner of his dungeon.
Have we shed the soft light of unwearied love around his cold heart, and with patient tenderness shown him how bright and beautiful love can make even the darkest
Sir, my instinct told me that those people were assembled there for some bad purpose; and I was reflecting on what my instinct had told me, in the darkest
corner of the stable, when a man wrapped in a cloak and followed by two other men, came in.
One great branch stretched from the old contorted trunk across the path, and threw the darkest
shadow on that one spot.
The dismal Hecate, who loved to take the darkest
view of things, told Ceres that she had better come with her to the cavern, and spend the rest of her life in being miserable.
shades if she appear, My dawning is begun; She is my soul's bright morning-star, And she my rising sun.