adjectivetechnical or literary
Dark and sombre in colour.
- A tin plate heaped with rice, dal, vegetables, and burning-hot, fuscous curry is set before me.
- If you prefer the modern, industrialised phalanx of grey and fuscous brown, then I refer you to Eamon McCann in the Belfast Telegraph.
- A pair of fulminating fingers stretched upward like cosmological Aztec temples; clutching at the fuscous firmament as hunger surpassed civility.
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