sable

[ sey-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF sable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SABLE

Knock at the door, whence the sable line of the funeral is next to issue!

She held out the sable and Vernon laid it on the couch when he had held it to his face for a moment.

I saw her sable skirts all fringed with light From the celestial walls!

All this flashed into his sight, etched against the sable night as if in flame.

A sable cloud floated in the sky, and at its back the moon sailed.

I inquired, remembering the sable device on argent of which the priest had told me.

Andre-Louis, still in the sable glories of Scaramouche, stood forward.

Night soon drew her sable curtains, and pinned them with a star.

I cried, but Castro's cloak swooped on my head like a sable wing.

But they did not obey him, for the fates of sable death impelled them.

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