semidark

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj semidark partially devoid of light or brightness "semidark room"
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Usage

In literature:

Then Tarzan and Abdul stepped into the semidarkness of the court.
"The Return of Tarzan" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Mahars can see quite well in semidarkness.
"At the Earth's Core" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Mahars can see quite well in semidarkness.
"At the Earth's Core" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Even in the semidarkness the mark of man's hand was apparent.
"Under the Andes" by Rex Stout
The place was in semidarkness, objects being but dimly discernible.
"The Yellow Claw" by Sax Rohmer
Despite this evidence of a hasty toilet in semidarkness, he was not unprepossessing.
"Keziah Coffin" by Joseph C. Lincoln
The quiet voice of Tordos Gar came through the semidarkness of the room, a pensive, dreamlike quality in its tones.
"The Black Star Passes" by John W Campbell
The sun was no longer visible, and the valley was plunged in the semidarkness of twilight.
"The Girl in the Golden Atom" by Raymond King Cummings
When she woke up next she was in semidarkness.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
A moment more and the boat slid beneath the building into semidarkness.
"The Fire People" by Ray Cummings
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In news:

Throughout the Capitol, semidarkness at noon.
Throughout the Capitol, semidarkness at noon.
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