Origin of stark
OTHER WORDS FROM starkstarkly, adverbstarkness, noun
Other definitions for stark (2 of 2)
How to use stark in a sentence
Eventually, in perhaps the starkest act of discrimination here, much of the road was closed to Palestinians altogether in 1994.
“It allows us to frame the contrast in the starkest terms possible,” a senior leadership aide said.
In Mandeville, and in Kaye, it is presented only in its barest and starkest form.A Letter to Dion|Bernard Mandeville
A sea-voyage lays bare many secrets and shows up human nature at its starkest.Jan and Her Job|L. Allen Harker