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Dark

Synonyms for dark:

Acherontic

acherontic.

Sense 3

rep, desolate, absent, platinum, joyless, stock.

Sense 4

go up, pessimistic, fair.

Sense 5

on, in.

Stygian

stygian.

cloudy

sunless, overcast.

ebony

jet.

galaxy

nebula.

indistinct

nebulous.

preternatural

supernatural.

shadowy

pitchy.

tanned

tawny.

torch

lantern.

Other synonyms and related words:

darkness, sombre, darkish, sinister, gray, cheerless, faint, secret, dull, close, secrecy, indefinite, benighted, blackish, darkling, overcast.

angry, upset (adjective)

forbidding, dour, frowning, glowering, glum, sulky, scowling, sullen, threatening.

black (adjective)

ebony, jet, sable, midnight, charcoal, black, dingy.

dark (adjective)

dusky, obscure, inky, gloomy, murky, darkened, lightless, swarthy, somber, black, cloudy, shaded, shadowy, sooty, shady, umbrageous, dim, silhouetted, dismal, dreary.

darkish (adjective)

dim.

depressing (adjective)

bleak.

dim (adjective)

unilluminated, lightless, lackluster, misty.

dirty (adjective)

sooty.

dull (adjective)

unlit, hazy.

evil (adjective)

iniquitous.

evil, satanic (adjective)

sinful, nefarious, vile, bad, wicked.

funereal (adjective)

funereal.

grim, hopeless (adjective)

cheerless, bleak, dismal, doleful, joyless, morose, morbid, ominous, sinister.

hard (adjective)

stern.

hidden, secret (adjective)

enigmatic, cabalistic, mysterious, cryptic, mystic, concealed, arcane, deep, mystical, recondite, occult.

ignorant (adjective)

unlettered, unenlightened, unread, benighted, ignorant.

incomprehensible (adjective)

impenetrable.

invisible (adjective)

indiscernible, concealed, invisible, hidden, latent, covert, camouflaged, imperceptible, unapparent, Obscured, unobservable.

lack of light (adjective)

grimy, sooty, pitch-dark, vague, murky, faint, shady, unlighted, caliginous, dingy, lightless, pitchy, drab, nebulous, dull, somber, gloomy, darkened, misty, dim, shadowy, aphotic, overcast, dusk, crepuscular, inky, dusky, shaded, tenebrous, unlit, obscure, stygian, sunless, black, opaque, blackish, cloudy, cimmerian.

night (adjective)

nighttime, evening, dusk, night, eventide, twilight.

obscure (adjective)

Fuliginous.

opaque (adjective)

impenetrable, hazy, opaque, unclear, vague, muddied, cloudy, murky, obscure.

overcast (adjective)

overcast.

shaded complexion, hair (adjective)

dark-skinned, bistered, ebony, brunette, sable, swarthy, swart, brunet.

sullen (adjective)

dejected, cynical, fretful, dour, morose, unfriendly, petulant, dissociable, grumpy, cantankerous, grim, crabby, gloomy, uncooperative, melancholy, contrary, moody, sour, obstinate, cross, irascible, long-faced, noncooperative, hostile, frowning, unsociable, glowering, sulky, Moping, broody, mean, grouchy, glum, ungenial, scowling, malevolent, sullen, beetle-browed, surly.

tenebrific (adjective)

broody, tenebrific.

ulterior (adjective)

Obscured.

unenlightened (adjective)

benighted.

Sense 2 (noun)

in, dramatic, secret, opposite, method acting, go up, rep, cryptic, on, acting.

Sense 7 (noun)

blackish.

Sense 8 (noun)

fair, Black-a-vised, Flaxen, fair-haired, bistered, auburn, blond.

Sense 10 (noun)

Lowery.

Sense 11 (noun)

pessimistic.

Sense 12 (noun)

obscurity, obscureness, dimness, murkiness.

concealment (noun)

secrecy.

dark (noun)

evil, sour, caliginous, pitch-dark, twilit, light-tight, colored, dark-skinned, darkened, glooming, dim, saturnine, uncomprehensible, acherontic, stygian, tenebrious, darkling, iniquity, glum, inactive, dismal, ill-natured, depressing, dusky, unlit, incomprehensible, acheronian, nighttime, gloomful, night, lightproof, obscure, moody, grim, morose, shadow, sullen, tenebrific, darkness, subdued, cheerless, dispiriting, blue, black, disconsolate, twilight, lightless, darkish, aphotic, tenebrous, wickedness, glowering, dour, unilluminated, cimmerian, benighted, darkening, brunet, coloured, sinister, wicked, unenlightened, gloomy, concealed, brunette, unlighted, crepuscular, uncheerful.

darkness (noun)

gloom, shadow, dimness.

ignorance; mystery (noun)

secrecy.

night (noun)

sunset, vesper, sundown.

place, time without light (noun)

midnight, dimness, murkiness, evening, night, duskiness, darkness, gloom, nighttime, twilight, obscurity.

state (noun)

wickedness, darkness.

imagined (verb)

unseen.

Usage examples for dark:

  • This is entirely too dark." - "The Late Mrs. Null", Frank Richard Stockton.
  • It's getting to be so dark, sir, I can see no longer. - "Jack Tier or The Florida Reef", James Fenimore Cooper.
  • It is all very dark! - "Philippine Folk-Tales", Clara Kern Bayliss, Berton L. Maxfield, W. H. Millington, Fletcher Gardner, Laura Watson Benedict.

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