Associations to the word «Darkened»
DARKEN, verb. (transitive) To make dark or darker by reducing light.
DARKEN, verb. (intransitive) To become dark or darker (having less light).
DARKEN, verb. (transitive) To make dark or darker in colour.
DARKEN, verb. (intransitive) To become dark or darker in colour.
DARKEN, verb. (transitive) To render gloomy, darker in mood
DARKEN, verb. (intransitive) To become gloomy, darker in mood
DARKEN, verb. (transitive) To blind, impair eyesight
DARKEN, verb. (intransitive) To be blinded, loose clear vision
DARKEN, verb. To cloud, obscure, or perplex; to render less clear or intelligible.
DARKEN, verb. To make foul; to sully; to tarnish.
DARKEN A CHURCH DOOR, verb. (idiomatic) to go to church for a service.
DARKEN SOMEONE'S DOOR, verb. (idiomatic) To arrive at the entrance of someone's residence or of another building associated with that person, especially as an unwelcome visitor.
DARKEN SOMEONE'S DOORSTEP, verb. Alternative form of darken someone's door
DARKEN SOMEONE'S DOORWAY, verb. Alternative form of darken someone's door
DARKEN, verb. Become dark or darker; "The sky darkened".
DARKEN, verb. Tarnish or stain; "a scandal that darkened the family's good name".
DARKEN, verb. Make dark or darker; "darken a room".
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