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Adj.1.semidark - partially devoid of light or brightness; "semidark room"
dark - devoid of or deficient in light or brightness; shadowed or black; "sitting in a dark corner"; "a dark day"; "dark shadows"; "dark as the inside of a black cat"
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The shed became semidark, and the sharp rattle of the drums on two sides drowned the sick man's groans.
More instruments crystal bowls, handheld shakers and hanging chimes add to the mix as people lying on the floor in a semidark room at the Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital Health and Fitness Center in Geneva enter a state of relaxation and meditation, healing and cleansing.
These EEGs (10-10 position convention) were registered in a semidark room with a low level of environmental noise while each student was sitting in a comfortable chair.
There she was, sitting in the semidark, all perky in a bright flowered dress and--just as I could have predicted--raring to talk.
Observers were seated comfortably in a semidark room, with their heads resting on a head-and-chin rest at a distance of 120 centimetres from the computer screen.
Scout dogs were considered the most critical; their ability to detect the enemy and provide a silent warning in semidark, dense, thick jungles was invaluable, and could not be duplicated.
A check showed that bats had been chased out of the semidark part of the cave and had moved further inside near the lakes.
The cracks captured his mind, and he began to imagine them on the walls of houses, between fences, in the classrooms behind the blackboard and in the long, semidark science labs.