blackness

[ blak-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF blackness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLACKNESS

Blackness had descended on them again, except for the dull glow of K.'s old pipe.

Clark joined in the argument from the blackness under the locust tree.

All this must not be eclipsed in the Blackness of the Black Country.

It arose, at length, as from the dead, overshadowing her with all the blackness of her crime.

A figure had sprung suddenly from the blackness of the trees.

Then it disappeared altogether and there was nothing but blackness and silence where it had been.

Streaks of red fire played against the blackness of his eyelids.

The next instant the blackness of the night was split by a sizzling flame.

The shades gathered, the light of the sun was hid, and the blackness of the night forestaled.

What picture in the room would not have been blackness after it?

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