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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of darkle.

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Examples

  • He never was out of the way when wanted; he darkled with your boots and shoes in a little closet next your door, and came from it with the morning coffee and rolls.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • Northward, a forest darkled, whose glades of brightness I could not see.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 62, December, 1862

  • The banks were lines of dusk, except where some lone cottonwood loomed skyward like a giant ghost clothed with a mantle that glistered and darkled in the chill star-sheen.

    The River and I

  • We were standing in front of her cottage, that darkled in the trees.

    Tramping on Life

  • We were standing in front of her cottage, that darkled in the trees.

    Tramping on Life An Autobiographical Narrative

  • Star Pond, set to its limpid depths with the heavenly gems, glittered and darkled with its million diamond incrustations.

    The Flaming Jewel

  • Star Pond, set to its limpid depths with the heavenly gems, glittered and darkled with its million diamond incrustations.

    The Flaming Jewel

  • Everywhere spotted leads, game trails, and runways had been hacked, trimmed, and widened into more open wood-walks; foot-paths enlarged to permit the passage of mounted men; cattle-roads cleared, levelled, made smoother for wagons and artillery; log bridges built across the rapid streams that darkled westward, swamps and swales paved with logs, and windfalls hewn in twain and the huge abattis dragged wide apart or burnt to ashes where it lay.

    The Hidden Children

  • Against the horizon a peasant boy leaned on his staff and darkled against the darkening sky.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

  • He never was out of the way when wanted; he darkled with your boots and shoes in a little closet next your door, and came from it with the morning coffee and rolls.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

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