The Collaborative International Dictionary
Mirksome \Mirk"some\, a.
Dark; gloomy; murky. [Archaic]
--Spenser. -- Mirk"some*ness, n. [Archaic]
a. (label en archaic) dark; gloomy; murky.
Usage examples of "mirksome".
He could almost smell the presence of something large and mirksome, caged by the sun but free to walk when the Shining King slept.