- moelyn fwy amlwgfwyaf digalonhollolstarkness
Adjective(1) devoid of any qualifications or disguise or adornment(2) severely simple(3) complete or extreme(4) without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative(5) providing no shelter or sustenance
(1) Then, as a group, they cried out in stark terror and rushed away.(2) The similarities between the two men are stark - the same strong jaw, angular features and receding hairline.(3) In fact there was a near 100 per cent pass rate in maths and biology, marking these results as being in stark contrast to the failure rates in other schools around the country.(4) Empire State presents a stark black silhouette of the famous landmark against a featureless white sky with an ominous black cloud or shadow impinging.(5) She turned her face to the voice, to find an expression of stark terror on her crewman's countenance.(6) A number of babies - I should say about thirty - were laid out there stiff and stark .(7) As she drew the curtain, she revealed a sight that sent stark terror down my spine.(8) This is in stark contrast to France, which has taken a color-blind approach to immigration, with newcomers expected to adapt to the culture of the host nation.(9) The sheer excitement, energy, and also stark terror of that moment must have been nearly overwhelming.(10) His self-sacrifice and idealism are also in stark contrast to the corruption and cynicism evident in modern Ireland.(11) The kitchen and bathroom are stark white, very simple and linear, but it creates a nice balance.(12) This morning, I trudged through the knee-high drifts of wolves to bring you a picture which sums up the stark terror facing this country.(13) Madhu Oberoi's acceptance of her son's career is in stark contrast to Sarada Nair's initial reaction on learning of her teenage son's desire to join the Armed Forces.(14) A battery of psychological tests administered to me at this time tells the story of my mental status in a stark manner that clearly outlines my assets and deficits.(15) I have never seen such stark terror on a man's face.(16) The artist Alessandro Raho usually drapes his subjects in theatrical clothes but with Dame Judy he has opted for a simple white jacket against a stark white background.
(1) stark raving mad :: mad rhuo llwm
1. sharp ::
2. desolate ::
3. austere ::
4. sheer ::
5. blunt ::
6. unadulterated ::
7. stern ::
8. crude ::
9. barren ::
1. benign ::
2. benignant ::
3. gentle ::
4. mild ::
5. tender ::
Different Formsstark, starker, starkers, starkest, starkly, starkness
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