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- adj. Variant of murky.
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- adj. murky
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Dark; gloomy. See murky.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dark or gloomy
- adj. (of liquids) clouded as with sediment
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Hopefully your Switzerland winter-school reinforced the purity in how science works instead of the mirky fog of that sometimes appears in Universe Today.
Can you see it there, in the mirky recesses, as it awaits its moment, countless teeth poised to descend upon you?
Details of what kind of plea have remained mirky as his lawyer, Doron Weinberg, has refused to reveal which charges the plea will affect and if the plea will be guilty or no contest.
He set out yesterday to expose the mirky underbelly of concealed carry handgun permitting here in the commonwealth and found, in the end, everything he was looking for.
The sun sank into the mist, giving it a blood-red tinge, and night fell swiftly in the mirky swamp.
Such daylight as followed was dim; for here as the Mountain drew near the air was ever mirky, while out from the Dark Tower there crept the veils of Shadow that Sauron wove about himself.
"A mirky night for a mirky deed," whispered the young man.
They chose a mirky night, when the thick air seemed too clotted and moist to break into hurly-burly of storm, and yet too heavy and dank to throw off the black envelope of fog and cloud.
Robin glanced out of the window and saw that they were crossing the river in the mirky gloom of a London winter
Likelier, it had but been relegated to some mirky recess of the shop ...