dark [adj1] lack of light aphotic, atramentous, black, blackish, caliginous, Cimmerian, clouded, cloudy, crepuscular, darkened, dim, dingy, drab, dull, dun, dusk, dusky, faint, foggy, gloomy, grimy, ill-lighted, indistinct, inky, lightless, lurid, misty, murky, nebulous, obfuscous, obscure, opaque, overcast, pitchblack, pitch-dark, pitchy, rayless, shaded, shadowy, shady, somber, sooty, stygian, sunless, tenebrous, unlighted, unlit, vague; concept 617 —Ant. bright, brilliant, illuminated, light, lucid, luminous, radiant, shining, visible, vivid dark [adj2] shaded complexion, hair adumbral, bistered, black, brunet, brunette, dark-complexioned, dark-skinned, dusky, ebon, ebony, sable, swart, swarthy, tan; concepts 406,618 —Ant. light dark [adj3] hidden, secret abstruse, anagogic, arcane, cabalistic, complicated, concealed, cryptic, deep, Delphian, enigmatic, esoteric, intricate, knotty, mysterious, mystic, mystical, mystifying, not known, obscure, occult, puzzling, recondite; concepts 402,576,582 —Ant. apparent, distinct, evident, manifest, plain, visible dark [adj4] grim, hopeless bleak, cheerless, dismal, doleful, drab, foreboding, gloomy, joyless, morbid, morose, mournful, ominous, sinister, somber, unpropitious; concept 548 —Ant. bright, brilliant, encouraging, hopeful, shining dark [adj5] evil, satanic atrocious, bad, corrupt, damnable, foul, hellish, horrible, immoral, infamous, infernal, nefarious, sinful, sinister, vile, wicked; concept 545 —Ant. good, moral dark [adj6] ignorant benighted, uncultivated, unenlightened, unlettered, unread; concept 402 dark [adj7] angry, upset dour, forbidding, frowning, glowering, glum, ominous, scowling, sulky, sullen, threatening; concept 401 —Ant. cheerful, happy, pleased dark [n1] place, time without light caliginosity, darkness, dead of night, dimness, dusk, duskiness, evening, gloom, midnight, murk, murkiness, night, nightfall, nighttime, obscurity, opacity, semidarkness, shade, shadows, twilight, witching hour; concepts 620,810 —Ant. brightness, day, daylight, daytime, illumination, light, lightness, morning dark [n2] ignorance; mystery concealment, denseness, inscrutability, seclusion, secrecy, thickness; concepts 409,410 —Ant. cognizance, enlightening, intelligence, sense, sensibility, understanding

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  • Dark — (d[aum]rk), a. [OE. dark, derk, deork, AS. dearc, deorc; cf. Gael. & Ir. dorch, dorcha, dark, black, dusky.] 1. Destitute, or partially destitute, of light; not receiving, reflecting, or radiating light; wholly or partially black, or of some deep …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dark — adj 1 Dark, dim, dusky, obscure, murky, gloomy mean partly or wholly destitute of light. Dark, the ordinary word and the most general of these terms, implies a lack of the illumination necessary to enable one to see or to identify what is before… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • dark — ► ADJECTIVE 1) with little or no light. 2) of a deep or sombre colour. 3) (of skin, hair, or eyes) brown or black. 4) secret or mysterious. 5) (darkest) humorous most remote or uncivilized. 6) depressing or cheerless …   English terms dictionary

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