Dark [adjective]

Definition of Dark:

lack of light

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Sentence/Example of Dark:

The issue from a search marketing perspective with this new dark mode is that the ads are a bit harder to distinguish from the organic listings.

It is much harder to see the “Ad” label in the Google dark theme than it is in the light theme.

Sometimes my day is crazy and I can’t get outside until it’s dark.

The dark debris deposits along the path, as well as the still-settling clouds of dust, are telltale signs of a landslide, researchers say.

That cultural change has been driven by founders and investors who want to keep their startups stealthy and their competitors in the dark about where their finances are.

When Limbaugh’s show goes dark, it will be the end of an era.

So long as the former president hangs around like a dark cloud, inducing Republicans to swear allegiance and promulgate his lies, the harder it will be for the party to appeal to mainstream Americans.

The first part of enlightenment is extracting head from dark place.

Temperatures will continue to fall after dark, and widespread temperatures in the teens and low 20s will make this one of the coldest nights of the winter so far.

It is an in-between period, during which the sun isn’t yet visible but the earth is neither completely illuminated nor completely dark.