The so-called "black-eye" is a typical example of this degree of bruise.
But the black-eye dealt the residential district long ago had not yet cleared up.
At times I have eaten in cabins where they had only corn bread and "black-eye peas" cooked in plain water.
There was many a black-eye already, many a contusion: more than one knife—surreptitiously drawn—was already stained with red.
It was in this Inn that I was cried over by my rosy little sister, because I had acquired a black-eye in a fight.
He gave him what he called "a good English black-eye," and bawled loudly for justice.