Dark and Luminous


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Dark adjective – Being without light or without much light.
Usage example: a dark alley that most people wisely avoided

Luminous is an antonym for dark in topics: hair, ignorant, bright, evil, grim.
Nearby Words: darken, darkness, darkened, darkening, darkly
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Luminous adjective – Giving off or reflecting much light.
Usage example: the luminous moon bathed the snow-covered fields with a pearly glow

Dark is an antonym for luminous in topics: obvious, bright.
Nearby Words: luminosity, luminescent, luminously, lumen
Antonyms for Luminous
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Things that words describes

energy dark energy luminous energy
force dark force luminous force
green dark green luminous green
blue dark blue luminous blue
Other nouns: sword, gray, purple, eyes.

Both words in one sentence

  • Fantastic Light Source But mysterious caves and tunnels always have luminous fungi, strangely bright crystals or at a pinch merely an eldritch glow in the air, just in case a human hero comes in and needs to see in the dark.
  • Legend says that, when the earth was plunged into darkness, it feasted upon the eyes of those who couldn't see in the dark, and that is why it became a luminous creature.
  • "Not Making This Up" Disclaimer The original version of D.O.A., during the closing credits, assures us that there is such a thing as "luminous poison" that glows in the dark.
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