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noun 
  1. A complete or (more often) partial absence of light.
Dark surrounds us completely.
  1. Ignorance
We kept him in the .
  1. Nightfall
It was after before we got to playing baseball.
adjective (darker, darkest)
  1. Having an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light.
The room was too for reading.
  1. (context, of colour) Dull or deeper in hue; not bright or light.
My sister's hair is darker than mine.
Her skin grew with a suntan.
  1. hidden, Hidden, secret
"Meantime we shall express our darker purpose" (Shakespeare, King Lear, i 1).
  1. Without moral or spiritual light; sinister, malign.
  2. Conducive to hopelessness; depressing or bleak
The Great Depression was a time.
  1. Lacking progress in science or the arts; said of a time period
  2. With emphasis placed on the unpleasant aspects of life; said of a work of fiction, a work of nonfiction presented in narrative form or a portion of either
The ending of this book is rather .
Etymology: From deorc


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