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140 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[d_ˈɑː_k], [dˈɑːk], [dˈɑːk]
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Synonyms for Dark:

black (adjective) dark (adjective) invisible (adjective) night (adjective) opaque (adjective) sullen (adjective) night (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Dark:

  1. stark, shark, mark, spark, lark, narc, clark, marque, arc, park, bark, hark, ark;
  2. remark, embark;
  3. disembark;

Quotes for Dark:

  1. We have become aware of the responsibility for our attitude towards the dark pages in our history. We have understood that bad service is done to the nation by those who are impelling to renounce that past. Aleksander Kwasniewski.
  2. Life is one long struggle in the dark Lucretius.
  3. I was having such a hard time when I made Sylvia. I gave everything I had for that role. It's one or two or three things I'm most proud of in terms of my work. But it was very dark Gwyneth Paltrow.

Idioms of Dark:

  1. a dark horse;
  2. shot in the dark
  3. a shot in the dark

Adjectives for Dark:

  • possibly deranged and murderous,
  • evil, pure,
  • deranged and murderous,
  • terrible and greatest,
  • possibly deranged,
  • monstrous, evil,
  • great, evil,
  • towering new,
  • mysterious and exotic,
  • terrible and mighty,
  • great and fearsome,
  • gray black,
  • typical european,
  • numerous ancient,
  • most dangerous,
  • more ultimate,
  • potential new,
  • dim and distant,
  • own evil,
  • single long,
  • long dead,
  • deranged,
  • male and female,
  • own personal,
  • monstrous,
  • evil,
  • dim,
  • mysterious,
  • male,
  • awful cruel,
  • compassionate, all-knowing,
  • proximal three-fourths,
  • italian, large,
  • lone dumb,
  • few steadfast,
  • secret and inscrutable,
  • small photographic,
  • waxy white,
  • powerful and mysterious,
  • brownish gray,
  • long and weary,
  • always more or less,
  • always more,
  • nasty little,
  • compassionate,
  • good old,
  • italian,
  • more or less,
  • secret,
  • powerful,
  • terrible,
  • great,
  • more,
  • poor little,
  • long and dim,
  • high overhead,
  • more powerful,
  • many other,
  • evil treacherous,
  • drunken or stupid,
  • dutiful and vigilant,
  • pure and undiluted,
  • dutiful,
  • drunken,
  • pure,
  • long,
  • fascinating new.
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