tenebrosity

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tenebrous or tenebrious (ˈtɛnəbrəs, təˈnɛbrɪəs)
 
adj
gloomy, shadowy, or dark
 
[C15: from Latin tenebrōsus from tenebrae darkness]
 
tenebrious or tenebrious
 
adj
 
[C15: from Latin tenebrōsus from tenebrae darkness]
 
tenebrosity or tenebrious
 
n
 
'tenebrousness or tenebrious
 
n
 
te'nebriousness or tenebrious
 
n

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