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- v. Present participle of darken.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Twilight; gloaming.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. becoming dark or darker as from waning light or clouding over
- n. changing to a darker color
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But then his gaze dropped, his expression darkening into its familiar scowl.
Rich came running up behind me, his expression darkening as he took in the ransacked tent.
Every child must leave the nest someday, he said, his expression darkening like someone who had to face an unpleasant truth.
Christopher straightened, his expression darkening with anger.
Andrew looked from Bob to Cathy and back, his expression darkening.
Her expression darkening as her antennae curled downward, zh’Thiin replied, Yes, there were.
Her expression darkening, Allegra began to back toward the mouth of the corridor.
Marco formed his own conclusions, his expression darkening some more.
That is why, "Medan added, his expression darkening," 1 do my best to keep this land safe from the wrath of the dragon.
Then, his expression darkening, he said: "I wouldn't want anything to happen to you."
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