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a dark and stormy night
When Maggie woke up, it was still dark.
By this time it was ten o’clock and completely dark.
When they left, it was already starting to get dark (=become dark at the end of a day).
The room went dark and the cinema screen flickered into life.
He was dressed in a dark suit with a white shirt.
There were dark patches on the walls where water had soaked through.
She glanced up at the dark clouds above the cliffs.
He was tanned and had dark curly hair.
an attractive dark-haired nurse
He looked up at her, his dark eyes strangely bright.
a tall dark man
I always suspected there was a darker side to his character.
during the darkest days of the war
This was the President’s darkest hour.
in some dark corner of his mind
This is the British English definition of dark. View American English definition of dark.