Definition Of dark
(of a color or object) not reflecting much light; approaching black in shade.
(of a period of time or situation) characterized by tragedy, unhappiness, or unpleasantness.
the dark days of the war
a dark color or shade, especially in a painting.
Brian sees the world in black and white, and Caravaggio painted in lights and darks .
denoting a velarized form of the sound of the letter l (as in pull ).
English has two allophones for /l/, "light/clearl" and " dark l". I am conducting a study on the distribution of these two allophones.
the absence of light in a place.
Carolyn was sitting in the dark
Example Of dark
A dark-complexioned girl is engaged to be married to a dark man much older than her.
A movie which is about dark power and evil, it uses the most powerful of Indian myths to its advantage.
Allegedly, he was very fond of this rich, dark dessert.
Allison shivered at his words and noticed the dark expressions of her two other companions.
An irritated glare adorned his otherwise striking face, dark and morose and very, very angry.