1 They walked away in the darkness.
2 There was no weight of darkness; there were no shadows.
3 The dark green clusters glistened from afar in the sun.
4 When the weather was dark and cloudy Edna could not work.
5 The sudden and brief flare of the match emphasized the darkness for a while.
6 But the voices were not soothing that came to her from the darkness and the sky above and the stars.
7 The Doctor doubled his old-fashioned cloak across his breast as he strode home through the darkness.
8 There were a few freckles on her face, and a small, dark mole near the under lip and one on the temple, half-hidden in her hair.
9 The little stinging, buzzing imps succeeded in dispelling a mood which might have held her there in the darkness half a night longer.
10 She sat holding it in her hand, while the music penetrated her whole being like an effulgence, warming and brightening the dark places of her soul.
11 She has abandoned her Tuesdays at home, has thrown over all her acquaintances, and goes tramping about by herself, moping in the street-cars, getting in after dark.
12 Old Monsieur Farival, grandfather of the twins, grew indignant over the interruption, and insisted upon having the bird removed and consigned to regions of darkness.
13 The Colonel, with little sense of humor and of the fitness of things, related a somber episode of those dark and bitter days, in which he had acted a conspicuous part and always formed a central figure.
14 The dark green of the branches stood out and glistened against the white muslin curtains which draped the windows, and which puffed, floated, and flapped at the capricious will of a stiff breeze that swept up from the Gulf.