Antonyms for darkly

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Am I so utterly disreputable that you find it necessary to frown on me so darkly?

He did not know the countenance it masked so darkly, but that same cloak he knew!

In the Spain of to-day these things are seen as through a glass, darkly.

Albert's face was darkly red under the lash of his grandfather's tongue.

"I shall not go to bed, I shall never go to bed," said Charmian darkly.

The added color, soft and lovely in itself, was darkly reflected on his heart.

Dismayed by this mishap, I took a seat in a corner and darkly ruminated.

"I was a well, strong man when I left Vera Cruz," he said darkly.

If his daughter's like him—and she's not like her mother—he was darkly and dangerously handsome.

"Yes, if Jack Welles doesn't go and spoil everything," said Fannie darkly.

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