Synonyms for blackish

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It burns like oil, is of a pungent scent, and a blackish color.

"He wants to say, 'Have a little drink, gentlemen,'" said the blackish man.

He followed the bits of ore to a narrow stringer of blackish rock.

Melanism: an abnormal or unusual darkening: a suffusion with blackish.

It was an animal about the size of a wolf, and of a dark grey or blackish colour.

The tail, however, is blackish, and the face nearly naked and flesh-coloured.

Of the other species, some have the fur of a blackish colour, some of a ruddy hue.

Once upon a time there was a little, greenish, blackish worm.

The roads, always dark with coal-dust, were full of blackish mud.

The Mold of these Islands in the Valley, is blackish in some places, but in most red.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from black (adj.) + -ish.

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