pitch-dark[ pich-dahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF pitch-dark
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PITCH-DARK
He was still sleeping a death-like sleep in the pitch-dark room.
The room is pitch-dark always, and it is full of tables and tomes.
The place was pitch-dark, but it was evident to me that it was an empty house.
When Ralph came to himself, he found that he was in a room that was pitch-dark.
The night was pitch-dark; and there was no light in the boat.
It was pitch-dark, and Nat kept close behind, so as not to run into anything.
It was pitch-dark in the wood and it was impossible to see the track.
That night it was pitch-dark,—soft, velvet, warm summer darkness.
The room was pitch-dark except for the electric light from the street.
Buck hastily entered the shack, which was almost 283 pitch-dark.