Definition of 'darkened'
Example sentences containing 'darkened'
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He arrived on the dot of noon, sweeping in to the compound in the back of a sports utility vehicle with darkened windows. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It took me five minutes to spot two huge men, loitering in a darkened corner, away from the road. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A schoolboy walking home along a darkened motorway after a row died yesterday when he was hit by vehicles including a police car and ambulance. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'darkened'
British English: darkened ADJECTIVE
A darkened building or room has no lights on inside it.
He drove past darkened houses.
Definition of darkened from the Collins English Dictionary
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