What is the opposite of glow?

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Noun
(chill) Opposite of a steady radiance of light or heat
“Our concrete bed, which during the day had absorbed and magnified the sun's rays, now seemed to distill the chill from the wind and wrap it around our defenseless bodies.”
Noun
(dark) Opposite of a steady radiance of light or heat
“Then I wait till evening and I am filled with sorrows until the dark of night.”
Noun
Opposite of a redness of the cheeks
“He had a pale pallor on his cheeks and his flesh did not seem to absorb any heat from the flames licking at the brick of the fireplace.”
Noun
Opposite of a strong feeling of pleasure or well-being
“I was fine for quite some time until about a year ago when I started having an overall sense of discomfort, malaise, and just this sense of sickness in my stomach.”
Noun
Opposite of light, or luminescence from light
Noun
Opposite of a sense of thrill or excitement
Noun
Opposite of the glow seen in the sky after sunset
Noun
Opposite of a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
Noun
Opposite of a thrill of pleasurable, often reckless, excitement
Noun
Opposite of the moment at which the sun can first be seen on the horizon
Noun
The light emitted by a candle
Verb
(of a person's face) Opposite of to appear pink or red as a result of warmth, health, embarrassment, etc.
“The King himself would pale with fear when he saw the paintings move.”
Verb
Opposite of to give out steady light (from burning) without flames
“They were all now praying that the fire would dissipate with a change in the weather or just burn itself out.”
Verb
(glow with) Opposite of to convey deep pleasure through one's expression or bearing
“She had a very attractive face with blonde hair and delicate light blue eyes that seemed to hide a sadness behind their sparkling appearance.”
Verb
Opposite of to radiate rays of light
“As the group moved deeper into the crevice, it started to darken and narrow.”
Verb
Opposite of show shyness, embarrassment, or shame by becoming red in the face
Verb
Opposite of to give off light
“Priestly determined that the combustion used up oxygen during a reaction, and that is why the flame would eventually extinguish.”
Verb
Opposite of burn, simmer
Verb
Opposite of to illuminate or shine with light
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Opposite of to glitter or glimmer with light
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Opposite of to shine in a bright but brief, sudden, or intermittent way
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Opposite of to shine with a bright, harsh light
“Occasionally, a billowy, white cloud would appear out of nowhere in the cobalt blue sky above and shade the group from the bright rays of the springtime sun.”
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