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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of darkle.

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Examples

  • It darkles, (tinct, tint) all this our funnaminal world.

    Finnegans Wake

  • The boys are already in their seats, with smug fresh faces and shining white collars; the old black-gowned pensioners are on their benches; the chapel is lighted, and Founder's tomb, with its grotesque carvings, monsters, heraldries, darkles and shines with the most wonderful shadows and lights.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 25, April, 1873

  • Angelic love beams and sorrow darkles from the serene countenances of the father, and mother, and daughter, and yet no tear is shed on either side.

    Woman on the American Frontier

  • Tomb, with its grotesque carvings, monsters, heraldries, darkles and shines with the most wonderful shadows and lights.

    The Newcomes

  • I see places of that general time, even places of confinement, in a dusty golden light that special memories of small misery scarce in the least bedim, and this holds true of our next and quite neighbouring refuge; the establishment of M. Vergnès alone darkles and shrinks to me -- a sordidly _black_ interior is my main image for it; attenuated only by its having very soon afterwards, as a suffered ordeal, altogether lapsed and intermitted.

    A Small Boy and Others

  • The boys are already in their seats, with smug fresh faces, and shining white collars; the old black-gowned pensioners are on their benches; the chapel is lighted, and Founder’s Tomb, with its grotesque carvings, monsters, heraldries, darkles and shines with the most wonderful shadows and lights.

    The Newcomes

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