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Synonyms for dark

Synonyms for dark

having little or no light

deficient in brightness

somewhat black

of a complexion tending toward brown or black

characterized by or expressive of a foreboding somberness

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marked by little hopefulness

absence or deficiency of light

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absence of moral or spiritual values

an unilluminated area

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an unenlightened state

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devoid of or deficient in light or brightness

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(used of color) having a dark hue

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brunet (used of hair or skin or eyes)

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stemming from evil characteristics or forces

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secret

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showing a brooding ill humor

lacking enlightenment or knowledge or culture

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marked by difficulty of style or expression

having skin rich in melanin pigments

not giving performances

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References in classic literature ?
O King of blight and sorrow, send me not away till I have brought back the light and joy that will make your dark home bright and beautiful again.
But he drew the dark mantle closer over his breast and answered coldly,--
Then Violet hung the wreath above the throne, and with weary foot went forth again, out into the cold, dark gardens, and still the golden shadows followed her, and wherever they fell, flowers bloomed and green leaves rustled.
Rook answered: "I saw the dark man stretched out on his bed--dead, with a frightful wound in his throat.
But the purple was already deepening to dark gray; it would soon be night.
I told you before that things happen only in the dark.
By this time, we had lost our foothold and were spinning round in the water, carried away by an irresistible whirl, for the water turned with us and dashed us against the dark mirror, which thrust us back again; and our throats, raised above the whirlpool, roared aloud.
Our arms became entangled in the effort of swimming; we choked; we fought in the dark water; already we could hardly breathe the dark air above the dark water, the air which escaped, which we could hear escaping through some vent-hole or other.
And Curdken said, 'When we go in the morning through the dark gate with our flock of geese, she cries and talks with the head of a horse that hangs upon the wall, and says:
But the old king told the boy to go out again the next day: and when morning came, he placed himself behind the dark gate, and heard how she spoke to Falada, and how Falada answered.
Anna had come from behind the treillage to meet him, and Levin saw in the dim light of the study the very woman of the portrait, in a dark blue shot gown, not in the same position nor with the same expression, but with the same perfection of beauty which the artist had caught in the portrait.
But my heart craved not pleasant food, and I fled secretly across the dark country and escaped by masters, that they should not take me unpurchased across the sea, there to win a price for me.
And she walked behind, distressed in her dear heart, with her head veiled and wearing a dark cloak which waved about the slender feet of the goddess.
The place was a narrow passage between high walls of lava, a crack in the knotted rock, and on either side interwoven heaps of sea-mat, palm-fans, and reeds leaning against the rock formed rough and impenetrably dark dens.
The thing in the dark repeated in a louder tone, "Say the words.