undarkened[ dahr-kuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF undarkened
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It lighted a country between them which words could not have undarkened.
But the longing for health is a simple instinct, undarkened by logic.
It was undarkened and unstained, the same lonely brightness that had dawned every morning for untold thousands of years.
The light from the undarkened hall fell on their faces as they moved toward the door.
It promises the faithful a blessed re-union in a land undimmed with tears, undarkened by sorrow.
c. 1300, "to make dark;" late 14c., "to become dark," from dark (adj.) + -en (1). The more usual verb in Middle English was simply dark, as it is in Chaucer and Shakespeare, and darken did not predominate until 17c. The Anglo-Saxons also had a verb sweorcan meaning "to grow dark." To darken someone's door (usually with a negative) is attested from 1729.