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  • adj. comparative form of dusky: more dusky


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  • But this one was not the British sub-species, Sciurus vulgaris leucourus, distinguished by its pale-coloured tail; it was its duskier but otherwise identical Pyrenean cousin.

    Country diary: Ariège, Pyrenees

  • He's absolutely right, of course: being cautious is very sound advice, particularly for our duskier citizens.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Courts, the media and the public have managed so far to turn back some of the zealous excesses of this government to persecute, harass and maroon our duskier citizens.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • To the surprise of the Alabamians, the men of the 69th, although Irish and reputedly anti-black, often stood up for their duskier comrades, jumping in to help in free-for-alls, or where a group of Southern “gentlemen” were harassing a lone black soldier.

    June 12th, 2009

  • His horns had straightened and grown duskier as they flared back from his head.

    Demon From The Dark

  • Wren, the daughter of a southern chieftain slain in battle by Alobar's predecessor, was even duskier.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • His had straightened and become duskier with his arousal, so she raised her hands and wrapped her fingers around them.

    Kiss of a Demon King

  • The fall blooming crocus add delightful lavender color to the duskier colors of turning fall foliage.

    October Bloom Day-New Friends And Old-Blog Action Day 2009 « Fairegarden

  • The duskier our exterior, the better our defense against the sun's punishment.

    Daniel Cubias: A Matter of Self-Preservation

  • The story of the distinctly duskier ���gangsta jihadi��� Jose Padilla went down just as easily but for entirely different reasons.

    Gary Dauphin: White Women ��� The Ultimate Weapon?


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