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In the pitchy darkness, the messenger encounters him, and running full tilt against him, knocks the bunch of keys into the mud.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
The heavens above were of a pitchy darkness, and the only light was from the creaming foam of the sea on every side.
MASTERMAN READYCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
Kneeling down at the opening in the platform, they leaned over and shouted Delray's name into the pitchy darkness below.
In the course of years of exposure to the air this pitchy material crystallizes, "ripens," and becomes spruce gum.
MUSKRAT CITYHENRY ABBOTT
To add to our difficulties, the sky clouded over and pitchy blackness settled down.
The night was pitchy dark, and all went well as they passed the fort and the little town of Smithville.
The night was pitchy dark, and the crews on the vessels could hardly see the craft by which they were surrounded.
The night was pitchy dark, and heavy clouds were driven across the sky by a strong, damp wind, that told of a coming storm.
Once in the road, he glanced back at the house, but the whole place seemed to be in pitchy darkness.
Realizing the result of his crime, he was soon lost in the pitchy darkness of the night, headed towards the southwest, afoot.

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