Definition Of duskiest

adjective

darkish in color.

dusky red

Example Of duskiest

  • An analysis of extrapair paternity in the dusky warbler, Phylloscopus fuscatus, revealed that females choose copulation partners on the basis of the quality but not of the quantity of song.

  • An osprey flying past with a fish in its talons was another bonus while a dusky flycatcher hawked insects from various perches around the garden.

  • And dusky sharks don't breed until they're 20 to 25 years old, after which small litters typically arrive at 3-year intervals.

  • As a small crowd gathered to watch the dusky maiden play a few hands of blackjack, I asked one of the crowd whether she was a film-star or a Kiwi pop musician.

  • Back then, the question of water quality in the Huangpu or Suzhou Creek was not an issue and one can imagine tourists bathing in the dusky light on a summer evening before returning to the Astor for an evening meal, drinks and a dance.


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