(of fabrics and paper) grown dark in color over time
"the darkened margins of the paper"
become or made dark by lack of light
"a darkened house"; "the darkened theater"
The numerical value of darkened in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of darkened in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Traditionally the G20 has been a forum primarily to discuss economic issues facing the globe ... (but) the sky has been darkened by the horrific attacks that took place in Paris.
The economic horizon has definitely darkened over the last six to eight months with the oil collapse, it's bound to have some sort of impact when a big chunk of the TSX is under a cloud.
Harley and a board-man and a body engineer sat around and came up with the idea for the Corvette in a darkened room in Detroit's historic Argonaut Building, it was Harley's vision pure and simple — a lot of people forget that Harley was not only an artist, he was an engineer.
Our memory consists of bits and pieces which have made their imprint on our dreams and our life. All those fragments have enlightened or darkened the sky and the horizon of our existence. They are all instances that we don't want to forget or splinters that we can't obliterate. The mind collects them and by recalling, interpreting or idealizing them, the actuality very often becomes corroded. We experience then a "mutilated memory".--
Ponselle's voice is generally regarded as one of the most beautiful of the century. She was universally lauded for opulence of tone, evenness of scale, breadth of range, perfection of technique and communicative warmth. Many of these attributes are convincingly documented on recordings. In 1954 she made a few private song recordings, later released commercially, revealing a still opulent voice of darkened timbre and more limited range.[
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