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 folky lament on death and love, it never sounds as dark as its lyrics intend because of tremendous harmonies.
A limerick novelist has just launched her second novel, a tale of a bored housewife with a dark secret.
A man was dragged into a dark car park in Southend town centre and robbed at knifepoint by two thugs.
A movie which is about dark power and evil, it uses the most powerful of Indian myths to its advantage.