Darkness [noun]

Definition of Darkness:

place, time that is unlit

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The shadows resemble the lines of darkness, known as crepuscular rays, that you’ll often see around clouds lit from behind by the sun.

The Darth Vader density distribution is so highly packed on the four- or five-level of darkness, but it doesn’t mean that he can’t every now and then have these moments where things slip through, and he saves his son’s life, who he cares about.

Failing to pass another round could mean “we’re going back into the economic darkness, we’re going back into recession,” he declares.

It’s an old saying that you can’t have light without darkness, and for the universe it’s also very much true that you can’t have darkness without light.

You take your seat just in time and wait for the darkness to swallow you up.

Although little light reaches the deep sea, bioluminescent organisms can brighten the inky darkness.

The AI is not an answer-generating machine, but it is a spotlight into the darkness where answers might be found.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, sure, but it’s also hard to see when the work of art is hidden in darkness, obscured by an impenetrable cloud of symbols and jargon.

This resulted in the arrival of darkness over the heavens and the earth.

A few, very few, little dots had run back over that green patch—the others had passed down into the world of darkness.