Definition for "darken"
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- to produce dark or darker.
- to provide a darker hue to.
- To fill with despair; make gloomy.
- To make vague or uncertain; obscure: The unexpected drop in stock costs darkened the near future for investors.
- To tarnish or stain: a scandal that darkened the household's great title.
- to help make dark or black; to rob of light; to obscure.
- To make dim; to rob of vision.
- To cloud, obscure, or perplex; to render less obvious or intelligible.
- To throw a gloom upon.
- to help make nasty; to sully; to tarnish.
- to help make dark or darker by decreasing light.
- To become dark or darker (having less light).
- to create dark or darker in colour.
- to be dark or darker in color.
- To make gloomy, dark(er) of mood
- to be depressing, dark of mood
- To blind, impair eyesight
- become blinded, loose obvious eyesight
- become dark or darker
- make dark or deeper
- tarnish or stain
- To grow less white or obvious; believe a darker hue or look: because, white report darkens as we grow older.
- To rob of light; make dark or darker: because, to darken a room by shutting the shutters.
- To confuse or shut-out the light of.
- To make less white or obvious; provide a darker hue to: as, experience of the sunlight darkens the skin.
- To confuse or cloud this is or intelligence of; perplex; render unclear or unsure.
- To make depressing; sadden.
- To deprive of eyesight; hit with loss of sight.
- Hence To rob of intellectual or religious light; sink in darkness or ignorance.
- To sully; make foul; make less brilliant or lustrous.
- to cover; conceal.