1: A lack of light, or closer to the color black
2: Depressing, scary, or triviliazing something that others would find depressing or scary.
3: Another way of saying evil
4: Having to do with individuality and isolation. Considered good in some circles, with it's opposite, light having to do with conformity and lack of integrity.
Hey, the room just got dark.
Dead baby jokes? I didn't realize you had such a dark sense of humor.
Watch out, he has dark intentions.
So you're dark, I was getting tired of dealing with all those sheep.
mean, cold, heartless
"don't beat him up that would be dark"
"Dark" can be a slag word to describe heroin.
It is most popularly used in Britain, as "white" is commonly used to describe cocaine.
Aright man, you got any dark?
Originally meaning moody/scary/bad scene
Now also the inverse
In Drum and Bass (or Jungle) music parlance fast beats and minor chords.
That tune was dark, I first heard on these snidey E's and it was like, bad Dark, but it is proper DARKcore.
Street word for Heroin
'Slough(a town) is full of darks'
adjective; vulgar racist slang, usually describing multiple black people
A bigoted white guy and his friend walk into the dance club downtown. Once inside, they realize that there are a lot of black people at the dance club. The guy whispers to his friend, "dude it's a little to dark in here for me, lets leave."
The greatly over used word to describe the relatively tame subject matter of PG rated movies, thus diluting its true meaning. For example [The Dark Knight] or [Harry Potter].
Moron McMoronington: "[The Dark Knight] is the darkest of the two."
Grandad: "The jewish prisoners at Auschwitz saw some very dark times..."
Tom "Yes indeed."
used to describe a person, action or situation negatively.
did you see the drunken state of euan last night? it was totally dark.
Sunglasses. Any type of eye piece that has dark lenses. aka [sunnies]. Yes, they are a more generic term for [stunna shades] or [stunnas]
I'm in my whip, im in my ride,
supastar stunna wit dem darks on my eyes
the absence of light. darkness may be conquered by even the slightest amount of light, wereas, in order for darkness to conquer light, there must be no light at all.
The room was dark until John lit a candle, at which point, everything became illuminated.