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dark

(Devoid of light), adjective absent of light, bereft of light, black, darkened, darkish, dim, drab, poorly lit, shaded, somber, sunless, unlighted, without light

dark

(Dismal), adjective cheerless, clouded, dejected, depressed, dim, disconsolate, doleful, dolorous, grim, melancholy, sad, solemn, somber, sorrowful, sullen

dark

(Evil), adjective base, demoniac, demonic, diabolical, immoral, inexorable, infamous, mean, mean spirited, menacing, peccant, pernicious, sinfully malevolent, sinister, terrifying, untoward, vicious, vile, villainous, wicked
See also: bleak, confidential, covert, dismal, hidden, incomprehensible, lugubrious, mysterious, ominous, opaque, portentous, private, privy, recondite, secret
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Head black with grayish microtomentum; orbital plates subglossy blackish brown with microtomentum; ocellar triangle darkish brown without microtomentum; lunule strap-shaped, darkish brown with black margin.
Its globe is more than 48" wide all month, offering an expansive canvas for its darkish belts and lightish zones, its spots, garlands, and festoons.
The highlight is Black Lake, an expanse of opaque bluish water that nestles at the bottom of a wide valley, surrounded by slopes smothered with golden flowers and, higher up, a girdle of darkish summits patched with ribbons of snow.
purple hair, young girl, girl-boy, darkish cleavage, holey knee, hat
The darkish undeformed, irregular shaped part (1j, iii) of the inclusion has been analysed to contain a ternary phase, made up of [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3], CaO and MgO.
While the novel is set in 2013, the film does not specify its time period, although the production design by Sonja Klaus and Paul Cross feels "near-future." Darkish lensing by longtime Luc Besson collaborator Thierry Arbogast befits the film's somber tone, but doesn't make the action, which includes stunts by parkour founder David Belle, easy to follow.
Beside him, an Oriental woman, slim as a rake, alabaster skin complementing the ivory shirt, open at the neck, which in turn complements a pair of denims, darkish blue.
Secondary signs & symptoms: A fat body, chest and abdominal glomus and oppression, nausea, profuse phlegm, a dry mouth but no desire to drink, a darkish, dusky facial complexion, rough, scaly, hypertrophic skin, a dark, purple tongue or possible static spots, cyanotic sublingual veins, slimy tongue fur, and a bowstring, slippery or bound, regularly intermittent pulse
A good proportion of the new hang has been set within rooms that at extremely long last have been painted in the correct, darkish tone that best suits the display of Turner's works.
In budgerigars, symptoms of the disease included delayed growth, tremor, darkish discoloration of skin, quill bleeding, and feathering defects.
247: "The leaf was darkish"--Marlowe, The Jew of Malta (1592)