Origin of tenebrous
OTHER WORDS FROM tenebrousten·e·brous·ness, nounun·ten·e·brous, adjective
Words nearby tenebrous
How to use tenebrous in a sentence
The Republicans, however, sat with tenebrous expressions that matched the black curtain hiding their legs.
I can't recall any other detail, but the whole atmosphere was tenebrous and sinister.The Capgras Shift|Sam Vaknin
Winged things that were not bats swooped and fluttered in the tenebrous air, whispering sibilantly—whispering in human voices.The Secret of Kralitz|Henry Kuttner
The room was well illuminated with gas, whatever might be going on in the streets; to no tenebrous repast were we invited.Glories of Spain|Charles W. Wood