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- adv. Used other than as an idiom: Without light; somewhere that is dark.
- adv. Without information.
- adv. Without looking at one's hole cards, thus not knowing what they are.
- adj. Used other than as an idiom: Located in darkness.
- adj. Lacking information.
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After another good night of sleep in the dark Dolceacqua apartment, we enjoyed the traditional breakfast in the Bar California.
A few minutes later, racing down the stairs, clothed and anxious, I almost bowled over Mrs. Armando, who was standing in the dark hallway with her arms crossed.
Once at a party, before the calamity, Tom followed me outside in the dark where I had gone to fetch lemons left on the picnic table and he caught up with me in the yard—near Mother Oak—and tried to kiss me, did kiss me, though I did not kiss him back.
On day three, a large crowd, which now included Victor Romano and Philly Brush, gathered around a well-lit table in the dark wood-paneled heart of the Horseshoe.
The wind soughed in the dark pines, making a noise like the roaring of the sea, breaking the black cover of the clouds.
The speaker intruded his wide shoulders between Ish and Joshua; a big man dressed in black clothing a bit too dandified for a rancher, a knight's head stickpin glinting in the dark silk of his cravat.
As soon as the trouble with Gemini VIII was known, NASA had turned off the squawk boxes the agency supplied to astronaut families, leaving her and Lurton Scott in the dark as to what was happening.
One night, back in acting class, while I am sitting in the dark taking scrupulous notes in the giant black art notebook I am never without, my repetitively Oscar-thanked acting teacher interrupts himself midcritique, of two actors we are barely enduring, to announce, “Moon, you look like a writer.”
So after a quick mug of tea we set off in the dark towards Kenneggy Sands, in the hope that the dog will empty before we are condemned to spending a confined and smelly night with him.
Beside the White Front, in the dark entryway of the defunct wedding-dress shop, a shadowy shape suddenly began moving.