Definition of Stygian
Use Stygian in a sentence
The house has really stygian inside, with only a few lights here and there, and dust on everything.
In contrast to his stygian looks, his voice was kind and calm.
We moved down to the dark stygian path, the policeman taking one of his men with him.
The old man was hospitalized after he began to behave in a very bizarre and stygian manner.
Despite their stygian look, the aliens have a friendly message.
The woman lowered her head and entered the Stygian darkness to find a way back to home.
The gatehouse at Hever Castle contains a stygian collection of torture instruments, including axes used for beheading prisoners.
A stygian gloom had fallen over the country with the new dictator.
It was a dark, stygian night, foggy and cold with no moon.