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Dark and Stormy Night (film) — Dark and Stormy Night Directed by Larry Blamire Produced by James N. Perry, Jr. Written by Larry Blamire Starring Larry Blamire Jennifer Blaire … Wikipedia
It was a dark and stormy night — Dark and stormy night redirects here. For the film, see Dark and Stormy Night (film). It was a dark and stormy night is an infamous phrase written by Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton at the beginning of his 1830 novel… … Wikipedia
Dark 'N' Stormy — Dark and Stormy Type Cocktail Served On the rocks; poured over ice Standard drinkware … Wikipedia
stormy — storm|y [ˈsto:mi US ˈsto:r ] adj 1.) with strong winds, heavy rain, and dark clouds ▪ The sky was starting to look stormy. ▪ a dark and stormy night 2.) a stormy relationship, meeting etc is full of strong and often angry feelings ▪ a stormy… … Dictionary of contemporary English
dark — dark1 [ dark ] adjective *** 1. ) lacking light: a dark and stormy night When Maggie woke up, it was still dark. get/grow dark (=become dark at the end of a day): When they left, it was already starting to get dark. go dark (=become suddenly… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
dark */*/*/ — I UK [dɑː(r)k] / US [dɑrk] adjective Word forms dark : adjective dark comparative darker superlative darkest 1) lacking light a dark and stormy night When Maggie woke up, it was still dark. completely dark: By this time it was ten o clock and… … English dictionary
dark*/*/*/ — [dɑːk] adj I 1) with very little or no light a dark and stormy night[/ex] When Maggie woke up, it was still dark.[/ex] It was very dark in the bedroom.[/ex] When they left, it was already starting to get dark (= become dark at the end of a… … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
stormy — Synonyms and related words: Acheronian, Acherontic, Cimmerian, Stygian, anarchic, angry, bad, blustering, blusterous, blustery, castellatus, chaotic, cirrose, cirrous, cloud flecked, clouded, cloudy, cumuliform, cumulous, cyclonic, dark, dark and … Moby Thesaurus
stormy — adjective 1 stormy weather, sky etc is full of strong winds, heavy rain, and dark clouds: The sky was starting to look rather stormy. 2 a stormy relationship, meeting etc is full of strong and often angry feelings: a stormy meeting | a stormy… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
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