Darken to Deceitful

Darken, v. a.

    1. Obscure, cloud, dim, shade, shadow, make dark, make dim.
    2. Gloom, make gloomy, sadden, depress, damp, chill.
    3. Benight, make ignorant, stultify, stupefy.
    4. Perplex, obscure, make intricate.
    5. Sully, stain, dull, dim, defile.

Darken, v. n. Grow dark.

Darkling, a. In the dark, obscure, mysterious, mystic, hidden, concealed.

Darkness, n.

    1. Obscurity, dimness, dark, want of light.
    2. Ignorance, blindness, want of knowledge.
    3. Gloom, despondency, cheerlessness, joylessness.

Darksome, a. Obscure, gloomy. See dark.

Darling, n. Favorite, idol, pet, dear, love, sweet-heart, dear one.

Darling, a. Favorite, beloved, dear, precious, much loved.

Dart, v. a.

    1. Hurl, throw, launch, jaculate, let fly.
    2. Emit, shoot, send off.

Dart, v. n. Rush, fly swiftly, spring.

Darter, n. (Ornith.) Snake-bird.

Dartre, n. [Fr.] Herpes, tetter.

Dartrous, a. Herpetic.

Dash, v. a.

    1. Strike violently, hurl forcibly.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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