Definition of tenebrosity
: darkness switches off the light, calls for the first slide, and talks for three quarters of an hour in Stygian tenebrosity — Lancet
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Origin and Etymology of tenebrosity
Medieval Latin tenebrositat-, tenebrositas, from Latin tenebrosus dark + -itat-, -itas ity
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