Ten"e*brous (?), a. [L. tenebrosus, fr. tenebrae darkness: cf. F. t'en'ebreux.]

Dark; gloomy; dusky; tenebrious.

-- Ten"e*brous*ness, n.

The most dark, tenebrous night. J. Hall (1565).

The towering and tenebrous boughts of the cypress. Longfellow.

 

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