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It became once more elusive, duskily mysterious in its lines.

"I'll tell you something, too," retorted the captain, duskily flushing.

The water roared, and the leafless trees groaned in the wind, and the great leaden clouds of rain or fog enveloped it duskily.

Their ragged branches cut in a sharp ebony pattern against the sky, which was duskily blue.

The weather-beaten bloom of his face shone through it duskily, as the ripe peaches look upon their trees in a dry season.

The shadows were long, he told them, for the moon was up and the world was dimly white and duskily blue.

It was duskily clear, with a great lake of crimson light dying into purple over the hills of midsummer heather.

A wave of crimson, duskily perceptible under his sunburned skin, surged over Ches Maybin's face.

It was duskily shaded there, and through the flickering green we noticed a vivid, red spot that was like a flame.

She stood, a duskily glowing, radiant emblem of life against the background of spring greenery and rioting convolvulus.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.