darkly Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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uk   /ˈdɑːk.li/  us   /ˈdɑːrk-/

darkly adverb (THREATENING)

in a way that is ​threatening or ​frightening: She ​hinted darkly that something had ​happened to him. "Don't come any ​closer!" she ​hissed darkly.

darkly adverb (WITHOUT LIGHT)

in a way that has little or no ​light: His ​figure could be ​seen darkly on the ​foggymoor.
(Definition of darkly from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “darkly”
in Chinese (Simplified) 威胁, 威胁地,令人恐惧地…
in Turkish korkutucu ve gizemli bir şekilde…
in Russian мрачно, загадочно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 威脅, 威脅地,令人恐懼地…
in Polish ponuro…
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