black[ blak ]SEE DEFINITION OF black
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLACK
A vote was taken on the question of exile, and the black pebbles predominated.
No; it has two stacks; and it's not your people because the Lotus is black.
“Moors be not all black, neither be they all worshippers of Mahound,” replied Ambrose.
But this slab of black basalt was different from anything that had ever been discovered.
Many of them were black, and a good share were of the female sex.
Charles had said as he fingered his throat, which was patched with black and blue.
And we'll say nothing to Dick until we've got it all in black and white.
In other words, a great part of his gold has sprung from the blood of black slaves.
It stood off from the high road, in Black's Lane, at the head of the town.
He took it up and tried to read, but the print swam into thin, black smudges.