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From murk +‎ -some.

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murksome (comparative more murksome, superlative most murksome)

  1. Suggestive or indicative of murk; darksome.
    • 1837, Anne Ross Collinson, Memoir of Mrs. Agnes Bulmer:
      So, when stern Winter in his frozen vest Enfolds fair Nature's charms, the vaporous air, Surcharged and dense, repels the solar beam ; No genial ray falls on the languid earth, But, struggling with the dun, deep, murksome haze, [...]

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