Examples of dusky in a Sentence
in the dusky depths of the dungeon
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Even the smells change, from the crisp air of the fields to a dense, dusky scent.
Before the fruity cherry notes hit the palate, you are confronted with intriguing, dusky bitterness, the kind of taste that drives the best amaros.
When one is inactivated by mutation, the color becomes either reddish or dusky purple.
Gomes with Stella Abrera and Alban Lendorf with Sara Lane —costumed by Keso Dekker in stylish outfits in jewel-tone hues befitting the dusky effects of Brad Fields’s lighting.
Bearded Iris faded from dusky purple to smog orange in one photo, and in another two black goats munched on daisies.
The result is big, shaggy and dusky gray to brown, but never the white of Jon Snow’s Ghost, because Schwarz figures pale fur would have stood out too much in the prehistoric flora and impeded hunting.
The young man came into the room and held her cool, dusky hand.
A dusky corner of the enterprise drew his attention.
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DUSKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dusky for English Language Learners
: somewhat dark
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