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  • adjective comparative form of dark: more dark

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Examples

  • In your case, I definitely prefer your later work as well as what you characterize as your darker writing - not necessarily because of subject matter, but because your techniques, your voice, is powerful.

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  • In your case, I definitely prefer your later work as well as what you characterize as your darker writing - not necessarily because of subject matter, but because your techniques, your voice, is powerful.

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  • When they were done, they went back to the center of the circle, and Felix spoke about the next dance, which he called Dance of the Smoking Mirror, which was to honor some of what they called the darker forces in the world.

    Something Unpredictable

  • When they were done, they went back to the center of the circle, and Felix spoke about the next dance, which he called Dance of the Smoking Mirror, which was to honor some of what they called the darker forces in the world.

    Something Unpredictable

  • When they were done, they went back to the center of the circle, and Felix spoke about the next dance, which he called Dance of the Smoking Mirror, which was to honor some of what they called the darker forces in the world.

    Something Unpredictable

  • To sum up, she was a cynic, a rake, an excellent literary critic, a sardonic and brilliant novelist, and she had a passionate, adoring and protecting affection for Neville, who was the only person who had always been told what she called the darker secrets of her life.

    Dangerous Ages

  • And then, she tells stories of what she calls his darker side.

    The Seattle Times

  • And then, she tells stories of what she calls his darker side.

    The Seattle Times

  • This picture of the quilt shows the border which was created with tiny diamonds in darker prints.

    Jane Austen: Seamstress and Quilter

  • This picture of the quilt shows the border which was created with tiny diamonds in darker prints.

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