dusky

[ duhs-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dusky

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUSKY

Do you observe this red glow,—dusky, too, amid all the brightness?

In a little time, there was a crucifix on every dusky bosom.

An Indian, half hidden in the dusky shade, is gazing and wondering too.

As for George, he had withdrawn into the dusky shadow behind his father's chair.

There against the outer wall stood a dusky ill-defined shape.

She stopped in the dusky starlight, and listened with her very soul.

Then from the dusky cloud by the wall sounded a voice feebly protesting.

He had his bow and arrows with him but no lance, and it was getting too dusky for hunting.

Her movements were free, assured, and she blushed a dusky red.

Evilena had peeped in for a moment to say good-bye to their dusky Homer.

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