Dark synonyms

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Gloom is defined as darkness or a dark and gloomy place, or it is defined as a state of being depressed and in a bad mood.
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The approach of darkness; dusk.
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Extremely dark.
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Lacking light; dim; shadowy
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Characteristic of Cimmeria; especially describing particularly dense darkness etc.
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The definition of gloomy is dark, depressing or dim.
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The definition of morose is having a gloomy attitude or character.
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The quality of being dusky
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One that is unknown.
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Night
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Dense fog.
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(Archaic) Dim light; dimness; dusk
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(Uncountable) The state or quality of reflecting little light, of tending to a blackish or brownish color.
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Causing shade.
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Of questionable character; shady:
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The time between sunset and sunrise.
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Having dark brown or black hair or eyes.
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The definition of dismal is something that is gloomy that makes you feel sad.
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The definition of black is covered in darkness or having no light.
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(Uncountable) A dark blue colour, midnight blue.
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(Linguistics) To reduce (a vowel) to the neutral sound represented by schwa (ə).
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Relative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom, obscurity.
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The state of being dim, poorly illuminated, almost dark.
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Being in a state of moral or intellectual darkness; unenlightened.
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Somewhat black
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Appropriate for or suggestive of a funeral; mournful:
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Night
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Desolate is defined as someone or something which is unhappy or bleak.
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A part of the night spent in a specified way
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(Zoology) Well camouflaged; having good camouflage.
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Dull or commonplace in character; dreary:
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Marked by pessimism and little hopefulness.
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Without joy; sullen, gloomy, dreary, etc.
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Of the color blue.
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The light from the sun; daylight or dawn
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Showing iniquity; wicked; unjust
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Gloomy; cheerless:
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Night
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Serving to obscure or darken.
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British standard spelling of colored.
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(Poetic) Dreary.
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Causing or intending harm or evil; wicked:
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showing a brooding ill humor; ; ; ; ; ; - Bruce Bliven
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The state or property of being tenebrous.
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(Uncountable) The state or quality of what is unclear or confusingly formulated; ambiguousness; imprecision.
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Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
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Of, related to, or produced by photochromism
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Dark; gloomy
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Night
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Relating to the region of a body of water that is not reached by sunlight and in which photosynthesis is unable to occur.
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The definition of luminous is giving off a very bright light or a person or trait considered glowing.
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Having a relatively dark skin.
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having skin rich in melanin pigments
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(Of a person) Regretful for an action; grieved or saddened, especially by the loss of something or someone.
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Lack of righteousness or justice; wickedness
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Of or relating to Kabballah.
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Pertaining to an enigma.
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Not comprehensible; that cannot be understood; obscure or unintelligible
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Full of pitch; smeared with pitch
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Lacking rays
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Deficient in brightness
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Having subdued colors.
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(UK dialectal) Black.
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The ability to acquire, understand, and use knowledge:
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Cloudy and dark; overcast.
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The state or quality of being murky.
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Of a complexion tending toward brown or black
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Gloomy, depressed, dull
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(Of soil) Excessively acidic and thus infertile.
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(Figuratively) Dreariness, joylessness.
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Shakespeare
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Having a wick.
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The definition of swarthy is someone who has a dark complexion.
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Without color; pale; pallid.
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The definition of glum is being or looking gloomy or sad.
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Showing resentment and ill humor by morose, unsociable withdrawal
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Characterized by or expressive of a foreboding somberness
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Marked by little hopefulness
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The quality of being moonless; absence of a (visible) moon.
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In shadow; shady
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The effect or sensation by means of which an observer is able to distinguish differences in luminance.
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Having a dark complexion.
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Dismal; bleak.
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Of a complexion tending toward brown or black
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The act by which something is forbidden; a prohibition.
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Dismal; gloomy:
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Impossible to explain; not easily accounted for.
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Allowing little light to pass through, not translucent or transparent.
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(Meteorology) The sky is said to be overcast, when it is more than 90% covered by clouds.
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Melancholy; dismal.
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Alternative form of stygian: dark and gloomy, or infernal and hellish.
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Brown is defined as a color made from mixing red, black and yellow, or something of that color.
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(now poetic) Ebony; an ebony tree.
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The condition or quality of being fuliginous; sootiness.
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Night
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Night
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Blackness or darkness, as of complexion.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Something related to, connected to, and implied by, the existence of something else that is necessary for the second thing to be full and complete in its essential aspects.
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The state or quality of being tenebrose or tenebrous.
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A dark area, especially the blackest part of a shadow from which all light is cut off.
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Foliage, considered as shade-giving
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Night
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The definition of adumbrate is to suggest beforehand or to vaguely foreshadow.
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To cause imperfection of vision in; to dim; to darken.
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To render vague or uncertain; obscure:
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To deliberately make more confusing in order to conceal the truth.
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To make hard to understand or follow; obscure:
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Cheerful; willing:
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Willing; ready
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Able to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; of unimpaired credit.
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Based on strong likelihood or firm conviction, rather than on the actual evidence:
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The definition of encouraging is something that gives hope.
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Inspiring or giving hope
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The definition of distinct is separate from or different from.
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Obvious to the understanding; apparent to the mind; easily apprehensible; plain; not obscure or hidden.
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The definition of evident is obvious or easily understand.
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Readily perceived; manifest; obvious; visible.
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Straightforward; frank or candid:
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Perceived as bright and distinct; brilliant:
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(Archaic) Manifest to the mind, as light is to the eyes; clear; evident; plain.
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(Of a manuscript) decorated and illustrated.
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Vivid; intense
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Filled with light; bright
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Having a high polish or sheen.
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The definition of visible is something that can be seen or noticed, or someone or something that is well-known or in the public eye.
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Clear; transparent:
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The knowledge that is acquired in this way.
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Understanding
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A sense is defined as a way that the body perceives external stimuli, or is an awareness or feeling about something.
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The ability to sense, feel or perceive; especially to be sensitive to the feelings of another
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The definition of cognizance means the range of what one can observe and understand, or the right to deal with a legal case in the court system.
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ignorance
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(Countable) An informal contract, mutual agreement.
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The time of daylight; the time between sunrise and sunset.
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The part of the day after midnight and before midday: one o'clock in the morning = 0100 or 1 a.m.
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(Countable, photometry) The intensity distribution of light over the visible spectrum generated by the Sun under various conditions or by other light sources intended to simulate natural daylight.
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The state of being light, not heavy
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The portion of a 24-hour period that is devoted to work, school, or business:
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The definition of an illumination is the act or process of making something clearer or brighter or a device for doing so.
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Dark or dreary in character; joyless, and grim.
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(US, now dated and potentially offensive) Of skin color other than the white; in particular: black.
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