Related formsdark·some·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for darksome
And now emerging from the darksome shade, She pressed the silken carpet of the glade.The Culprit Fay|Joseph Rodman Drake
I think it was sent to show me what it is I am entering on; to uphold me through the darksome valley of the shadow of death.Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
To the south you may see a darksome road—broad, smooth, and easy of descent; that is the lower way.
A picture is degraded, and an artist is insulted, by a painting being hung in this darksome and 'condemned cell.'
She was looking at me, and not at the darksome place about her.The Millionaire Baby|Anna Katharine Green