One survivor told of being thrown into a lightless cave for six months.
If Bales's guilt is true, his soul must surely be a dark, lightless place.
The barbed hook, baited with the illusions of progress, to bring out of the lightless void the shoals of unnumbered generations!
The Cedars stood before us as yet lightless against the northern sky.
The airless, lightless houses are most unsavoury, and in times of sickness and childbirth this is intensified.
Not in her most ponderous and lightless masses will nature ever leave us 14.
Would they spend the rest of their lives locked away in lightless dungeons?
Kinghamstead became a lightless place when she went to Oxford.
The village to the right is lightless and still; away to the left, towards the cemetery, a pale mist broods over the fields.
The world of Lewis Stillman was damp and lightless; it was narrow and its cold stone walls pressed in upon him as he moved.