What is the opposite of glowing?

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Adjective
Opposite of illuminating or reflecting light
Adjective
Opposite of full of bright or vivid colors
Adjective
Opposite of having a healthy skin tone, especially one that is reddish in color
Adjective
Opposite of full of (enthusiastic) praise or regard for someone or something
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Opposite of producing a display of lustrous, rainbow-like colors
Adjective
Opposite of expressing subtlety of a particular quality as opposed to intense
“The others were ready to go, standing slowly and squinting against the intense light.”
Adjective
Opposite of ablaze or on fire
Adjective
(of color) Opposite of vivid and bold
“The artist had a penchant for using dull colors to play down the texture and tone of his subject matter.”
Adjective
Opposite of irradiated by much light
Adjective
Opposite of very favorable
“Many people now had a low opinion of him due to his string of poor performances.”
Adjective
Opposite of complimentary or flattering to an excessive degree
Adjective
Opposite of experiencing a feeling of positivity, satisfaction, or enjoyment
“We are feeling sad and upset about the recent tragic events which have unfolded.”
Adjective
Opposite of not spoiled or damaged
Adjective
Opposite of expressing a compliment
Adjective
(usually of coals) Opposite of burning or glowing
“All that remained after the delectable lamb spit was dead coal.”
Adjective
Opposite of having tints or hues of colors
Adjective
Opposite of warm and friendly
“Looking up at the large, unfriendly face, McBeath decided this was not the moment for honesty.”
Adjective
Opposite of being in a heated state as a result of melting
Adjective
Opposite of in good health, fitness or condition
Noun
Opposite of that which makes things visible
“The light was extinguished and all that remained was darkness.”
Verb
(of a person's face) Opposite of present participle for 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 present participle for 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 present participle for 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.”
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