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dark-complexioned

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Definition of dark-complexioned in English:

adjective

(Of a person) having brown or black skin: a black-haired, dark-complexioned man
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  • Due to harsh summers there, they are also dark-complexioned.
  • He wears an Eagles cap every day single day, framing the broad face that still reflects the dark-complexioned handsomeness he brought north from Honduras so many years ago.
  • It is an autobiographical satire whose neurotic, dark-skinned protagonist, Emma Lou Morgan, internalizes biases against dark-complexioned people after a midwestern upbringing by colorstruck relatives mimicking racist societal values.

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