Dark

A theatre which is temporarily or permanently closed to the public. (UK)
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dark

[adj] - secret 2. [adj] - showing a brooding ill humor 3. [adj] - marked by difficulty of style or expression 4. [adj] - (used of color) having a dark hue 5. [adj] - devoid or partially devoid of light or brightness 6. [adj] - (used of hair or skin or eyes) `dark eyes` 7. [adj] - not giving performances 8. [n] - a
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Dark

Dark (därk) adjective [ Middle English dark , derk , deork , Anglo-Saxon dearc , deorc ; confer Gael. & Ir. dorch , dorcha , dark, black, dusky.] 1. Destitute, or partially destitute, of light; not receiving, reflecting, or radiating light; w
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Dark

Dark noun 1. Absence of light; darkness; obscurity; a place where there is little or no light. « Here stood he in the dark , his sharp sword out.» Shak. 2. The condition of ignorance; gloom; secrecy. « Look, what you do, you do it still i' th' dar
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Dark

Dark transitive verb To darken; to obscure. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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dark

dour adjective showing a brooding ill humor; `a dark scowl`; `the proverbially dour New England Puritan`; `a glum, hopeless shrug`; `he sat in moody silence`; `a morose and unsociable manner`; `a saturnine, almost misanthropic young genius`- Bruce Bliven; `
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dark

obscure adjective marked by difficulty of style or expression; `much that was dark is now quite clear to me`; `those who do not appreciate Kafka`s work say his style is obscure`
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dark

adjective not giving performances; closed; `the theater is dark on Mondays`
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dark

adjective brunet (used of hair or skin or eyes); `dark eyes`
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dark

adjective secret; `keep it dark`
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dark

darkness noun an unenlightened state; `he was in the dark concerning their intentions`; `his lectures dispelled the darkness`
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dark

darkness noun absence of light or illumination
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Dark

• (a.) Destitute, or partially destitute, of light; not receiving, reflecting, or radiating light; wholly or partially black, or of some deep shade of color; not light-colored; as, a dark room; a dark day; dark cloth; dark paint; a dark complexion. • (v. t.) To darken to obscure. • (a.) Foreboding evil; gloomy; jealous; suspicious. &
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Dark

[disambiguation] Dark commonly refers to darkness, the absence of light. Dark may also refer to: People: Film and TV ...
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dark

  1. absence of light or illumination
  2. absence of moral or spiritual values
  3. an unilluminated area
  4. an unenlightened state

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dark

adjective used to describe low levels of lightness
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Dark

[broadcasting] In the broadcasting industry, dark is a term used to describe a radio station or television station that has gone off-the-air for an indefinite period of time, or as defined by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a "silent" station. It refers only to a station that is not transmitting at all (no carrier signal),
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Dark

Roasting term meaning dark brown beans with a shiny surface
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