(Of a person) having brown or black skin: a black-haired, dark-complexioned man
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- The idea of Spanish origin for dark-complexioned folk is common to various parts of the British Isles.
- Due to the risk of permanent discoloration, this technique is not recommended for dark-complexioned individuals.
- The next sonnets, 127-52, are known as the 'Dark Lady' group, addressed to or concerned with an unfashionably dark-haired, dark-eyed, and dark-complexioned mistress.
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