Then I left, and not too soon, for as I crept down the darksome passage, I heard it open behind me.
She swore it in that shadowy spot—in that dread and darksome hour.
Long I wished to see the jungle where steals not the solar ray, Take me to the darksome forest, husband, let me go to-day!
The way of the wicked is darksome; they know not her into the wilderness, and I will speak to where they fall.
Sweet-mouthed she was, and fair he wist; And again in the darksome wood they kissed.
The wayfarer entered a darksome passage that led to an inner court.
I inquired, pointing to a thatched roof nigh unto the darksome line of trees against the sky.
"Come in," he whispered, and all four of them passed into a darksome passage.
The way of the wicked is darksome: they know not where they fall.
It was apparently about two hundred feet in height, and in the centre of its face yawned a great square hole, black and darksome.