in darkness in darkness

Definition(s):

  • (adv) without light

Usage(s):

  1. As the film fades she recognizes in the ragged helpless vagrant the wealthy prince she dreamed about in darkness.
  2. He raised the edifice of the American Century by restoring a nation's promise of plenty and by intervening to save a world enveloped in darkness.
  3. Solemn indeed to hear Taps played in darkness broken by a dancing eternal flame.

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  • Why You Want The World's Most Mysterious Scotch

    In order to taste the most mysterious bottle of Scotch I have ever touched, I'm told I must first be immersed in darkness. And so I find myself holding onto the shoulders of a well-dressed gentleman with night-vision goggles as he leads me into a pitch-black basement hidden in Manhattan's West Village.
    on June 30, 2013     Source: Forbes

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