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black book

noun as in book of phone numbers or undesirables

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As for Carice, she has always been in the forefront of our minds, ever since we saw Black Book five years ago.

She is nominated for Independent Spirit awards, celebrated in non-supermarket magazines like Interview and Black Book.

He has written for New York, The Advocate, Out, Black Book, and Highlights for Children.

He has written for New York, The Advocate, Out, Black Book and Highlights for Children.

Louis went down to the telephones, used one after consulting a little black book.

Mr. Demise took it in his left hand and Reggie deftly plucked the black book from his right hand.

He drew from his inside coat pocket a slim black book which he opened to the first page.

Pippin took the fat black book from the little light-stand beside the bed.

The black book of Hamilton makes mention of great vassalage done at that time by the Governor and the French.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to black book, such as: black list, and date book.

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