adjective, mirk·i·er, mirk·i·est.
Definition for mirky (2 of 2)
adjective, murk·i·er, murk·i·est.
Origin of murky
SYNONYMS FOR murky
Related formsmurk·i·ly, adverbmurk·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for mirky
Nought might he see her well-loved face; But he felt her lips in the mirky place.Poems by the Way|William Morris
He thought I was mad because I stood in pyjamas without apparent heed of the mirky drizzle.The Amazing Argentine|John Foster Fraser
It was a mirky night like this, with 'prentices gawpin' in the lanterns and Jack Ketch unsnarlin' his cursed ropes.Wappin' Wharf|Charles S. Brooks