Definitions to words in danger of falling out of the vocabulary #6 – Dark

Dark

v., intrans.

1. To utter a loud, harsh cry after filling one’s lungs with reflected moonlight, the panic of moth wings, or some similarly poetic (i.e., identified with the penumbral) material. Ex. What if God should dark?

2. To expectorate milkily. Ex. The drunkards dark.

3. To expire in manic convulsions, with one’s laughter, shrill and attended by a sizable audience, exploding the essence out of halos as if they were yesterday’s balloons. Ex. These two incommensurate ideals dark in a single body.



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