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adjective as in of darkest color

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The ginger removal of his boots revealed red and swollen lumps that had been encased in ice and snow for the unknown hours he’d blacked out.

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The content of the email, which was reviewed by The Post, was blacked out from the public records request.

“I just had to rewatch it, actually, because I think I blacked out on what actually happened,” she admitted.

The upper ones have their costa blackish, and a triangular border at their extremity rather dentated on the inside.

He had fallen back into the chair, a blackish gout of blood running from the hole in his temple.

His skin is blackish, of the same colour, but thicker and harder than that of the elephant; nor does he feel the sting of flies.

They are transparent to translucent, with a vitreous lustre, and are of an emerald-green to blackish-green colour.

The head is of a blackish colour, and the back and belly of a reddish grey.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blackish, such as: black, dark, dusky, and inky.

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