darken

[ dahr-kuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF darken

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DARKEN

If this is done, the cauliflower will darken and break into pieces.

He saw the thundercloud arise that was to darken the horizon.

He saw the blighting shadow of Asgill begin to darken the scene.

The man, whoever he was, did not darken the lighted doorway.

He was always on the look-out for his brother, as soon as the sky began to darken.

He colored and his eyes seemed to darken as he spoke to the two girls.

By this time the husks will have begun to decompose and darken the kernels.

The black shadow of the Tombs did not darken this Eden of my youth.

This is a great mystery which people are afraid to look into, and darken it of their own will.

She walked softly to the window and adjusted the shade to darken the office.

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