Definition of 'Stygian'
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Each detonation illuminated the short terrace for an instant then the houses were plunged into a Stygian dark.RESCUING ROSE (2002) DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE
Someday when time travel is discovered again, the name of Lancelot Stebbins will rest in Stygian darkness, unrecognized.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2
He estimated that only twenty minutes of light remained in his last lamp before the Stygian gloom returned for good.INCA GOLD (1994)
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