black-and-white

[ blak-uh n-hwahyt, -wahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF black-and-white
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There was black-and-white paint on his body; the stripes of the Koshare do not come off easily.

He's head and shoulders above the ruck of black-and-white artists.

One of the ladies, dressed in black-and-white check, was immensely stout.

She had taken over some of his black-and-white work herself.

The black-and-white hall was empty and everything was perfectly still.

The hall wore its deaf-and-dumb air, its black-and-white stillness.

All the town, every evil in the world could have entered the black-and-white hall.

This entire group has been placed after the black-and-white Plates.

The condor, when in full plumage, might be called a black-and-white bird.

One night he found that one of the black-and-white pups was dead.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BLACK-AND-WHITE

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