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Definition of "darkly" []

  • To appear as dark. (adverb)
  • Mysterious (adverb)
  • Faintly seen in the dark. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "darkly" in a sentence
  • "Hungry mice were waiting in darkly camouflaged papers like frozen cars with their headlights on fire."
  • "•On the upside, neither one of them is about to smash a precarious piece of evidence, as Charlie (Damian Lewis) does in darkly amusing fashion on another good episode of Life (NBC, 10 ET/PT)."
  • "Didn't I read somewhere that a scanner darkly is being made into a movie starring everyone's favorite carp, er, actor, keanu (sp?) reeves?"