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Synonyms for ebony

Synonyms for ebony

of the darkest achromatic visual value

Synonyms for ebony

hard dark-colored heartwood of the ebony tree

tropical tree of southern Asia having hard dark-colored heartwood used in cabinetwork

of a very dark black


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Voluptuous patchouli and black ebony are hypnotised by succulent vanilla and distinctive fleur de cuir, for a rockin' personality.
The watches come in four types of wood; Maple, black Ebony, a brown "Red Wing Celtis" wood (which is salvaged wood from flooring material waste), and an army green "Guaiaco" wood from South America that is most known for its use in herbal remedies.
This is a stunning, highspecification, lowmileage Discovery in Izmir Blue with a Black Ebony leather interior.
It's made out of everything from camel's teeth and clay beads to silver, copper and deepest black ebony wood.
The inventory also lists a chessboard of black ebony with checkers, crystals and other stones, the tusk of a sea bear, and curtains of crimson satin striped with a bone lace of gold and silver.
With black ebony cases of severe architectural outline, they suffered from the twinned drag effect of an unappreciated aesthetic and a fear of restoration fuelled by a lack of serious study.
25pm (50/25/10) Abbeyfeale Ebony 21-24, Black Ebony 10-13, Restless Dream 28-31, The Parson Knows 5-7, Road Dog 13-16; 8.