Definitions for darklingˈdɑrk lɪŋ

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

dark•lingˈdɑrk lɪŋ(adv.)

  1. in the dark.

  2. (adj.)dark; obscure.

Origin of darkling:

1425–75; late ME derkelyng; see dark , -ling2

Princeton's WordNet

  1. darkling(adj)

    uncannily or threateningly dark or obscure

    "a darkling glance"; "secret operatives and darkling conspiracies"-Archibald MacLeish

  2. darkling(adj)

    (poetic) occurring in the dark or night

    "a darkling journey"

Wiktionary

  1. darkling(Noun)

    darkness

  2. darkling(Noun)

    a creature that lives in the dark

  3. darkling(Adverb)

    in the dark, obscurely

  4. darkling(Adjective)

    dark; darkening

  5. darkling(Adjective)

    obscure, done or happening 'in the dark' or unseen

  6. Origin: From derkelyng, from derk + -lyng.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Darkling(adverb)

    in the dark

  2. Darkling

    becoming dark or gloomy; frowing

  3. Darkling

    dark; gloomy

Freebase

  1. Darkling

    "Darkling" is the 60th episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 18th episode of the third season.

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