tenebrous

[ ten-uh-bruh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF tenebrous

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Your voice is tenebrous, as if An angel mocked a blackbird's pipe.

But her imagination was roving in the dim oil-lit streets of the tenebrous city, striving for the clairvoyance of love.

Never had she looked to Ray so like an eagle, so keen, so fierce, so fit for braving either sun or tenebrous cavern.

At what moment will the fierce impurities borne from its somber and tenebrous past be hurled up in you?

Winged things that were not bats swooped and fluttered in the tenebrous air, whispering sibilantly—whispering in human voices.

The room was well illuminated with gas, whatever might be going on in the streets; to no tenebrous repast were we invited.

I can't recall any other detail, but the whole atmosphere was tenebrous and sinister.

We find the cloudy or tenebrous sky of night represented in the Ṛigvedas and in the Avesta as aman, or mountain of stone.

We have said that the tenebrous darkness of last night had not prepared us for the charms of to-day.

This spot, however small, is enough to betray his tenebrous nature.

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