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And Nina, with her murkiness, was manifestly in love with this spiritual, this mystical young man.
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In his supersensual way he had cared for her; and her nature, with all its murkiness, had responded to the supersensual appeal.
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Captain Andy was accustomed to the rough murkiness of a winter day on mid-ocean fishing-grounds.
A SCOUT OF TO-DAYISABEL HORNIBROOK
Nay, is it not rather the very murkiness, and atmospheric suffocation, that brings the lightning and the light?
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The door creaked open and a shaft of normal light spewed out into the street, turning its murkiness to pallid yellow.
EMPIRECLIFFORD DONALD SIMAK
A haze began to hang over the river valley and a murkiness now and then took the place of the keen and clear atmosphere.
ON THE EDGE OF THE ARCTICHARRY LINCOLN SAYLER
It was of an indeterminate murkiness; this might be due to not having been cleaned for a long time, or a recent discharge.
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER
As the coach lumbered off, and went rolling into the wide murkiness beyond, Pierre spoke to the officer.
PIERRE; OR THE AMBIGUITIESHERMAN MELVILLE
Certainly there did appear to be a strange murkiness and haze in the air; and was there not a smell as of burning?
THE SIGN OF THE RED CROSSEVELYN EVERETT-GREEN
The murkiness in the air, faintly discernible even yesterday, had become very marked by this time.
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WORDS RELATED TO MURKINESS

  • blackness
  • darkness
  • dimness
  • dusk
  • murkiness
  • night
  • sundown
  • sunset
  • twilight
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