What would be the world to her, if her boy should frown at her, and look black when she caressed him?
"I will not stay away," he had replied, with a look black as a thundercloud.
Zaid her aunt, "Why the clouds there do look black an' blue,"
The ferrule will look black when this happens and will thus be recognized.
Have an eye to the band and you will see if many of them look black or gray.
Nearly all of them look black and white as they sail about in the air.
Perhaps they're the seeds, they often look black when they're ripe!
I have seen him look black when my brother held a gate open for his wife.
This is a fact; but we sometimes desire to employ blue on black, and wish the black to look black, and not an orange-black.
I think you're revengeful, too; for I have seen you look black an' angry at a woman, before now.