Dusky [adjective]

Definition of Dusky:

dark-hued; murky

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Sentence/Example of Dusky:

The role of gravy was played by a dusky curry sweetened with onions and carrots.

Lawrence mingled with the crowd, and as he read he felt a bulky envelope thrust in his hand and caught a glimpse of a dusky arm.

Once more she peered into the glass, shook out her skirts, then sought a door in a far and dusky corner.

It had come on to rain, and the raw dampness mingled itself with the dusky uproar of the Strand.

When Tom Brown awoke, late in the day, he found Mafuta sitting at his feet with a broad grin on his dusky countenance.

His banks were teeming with happy dusky figures and the smiling irrigated land was bright with fertility.

His cheeks were the color of crushed grapes, and his dusky eyes glowed with a languishing fire.

When he and Bill finally shed their borrowed overalls and caps, the garage lights were on, and the lot behind the shop was dusky.

So Coffee Jack, delighted, ran swiftly down the trail toward the dusky little maiden and the "potlash."

Coronado glanced at Garcia with a shocking comprehension, and immediately dropped his dusky eyes upon the floor.