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- adj. having a dark color
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Overhead, a small dusky-colored bird was flying in marvelous daring corkscrews.
Burgoyne nodded, rose, disappeared behind the bar, and returned a moment later with a glass containing the same dusky-colored liquid that was in hish glass.
He dared to stretch the aching second theme, coaxing the strings to play with thick, dusky-colored intensity.