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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpitch-darkˌpitch-ˈdark adjective  DARKcompletely dark Outside it was pitch-dark and pouring with rain.see thesaurus at dark
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pitch-darkOutside it was pitch-dark and spitting with rain.It was pitch-dark and the house was very quiet when the first effects of the treatment woke him.It was pitch-dark by now, and cold.One is a realistic, pitch-dark forest of oaks - an ideal place for hide-and-seek in almost treeless Venice.I'm not going in. It's pitch-dark in there!He moved slowly and cautiously across the pitch-dark room until his knees touched the edge of the bed.
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