Dark

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Definition

dark: with no light, unlit; sinister, sombre
adjective

the dark: the night; the obscurity
noun

after dark: during the night, once the sun has set
idiom

Examples

  • "My dark curly locks, what a terrible loss"
  • "Bruno : The two squares were covered by a dark blue circle."
  • "Greg : Hello, it's 3.30am New Zealand time and you're listening to Radio Rhubarb After Dark, live from Wellington."
  • "The dark blue circle was in front of the squares, in the foreground."
  • "I ask you to stand behind us in this dark, dark moment."
  • "Edward : And very dark."
  • "Greg : Good evening, late-night listeners, and welcome to Radio Rhubarb After Dark."
  • "Sadly sitting in the dark, the only sound is that terrible bark, I want to kill the dog!"
  • "He ate your legs and the sea turned dark"

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