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black out

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black something out: darken

in the black

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  • in credit
  • solid
  • solvent
  • in funds
  • debt-free
  • financially sound
  • without debt
  • unindebted

Synonyms for black

of the darkest achromatic visual value

having little or no light

covered or stained with or as if with dirt or other impurities

black out: to suffer temporary lack of consciousness

black out: to keep from being published or transmitted

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the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)

total absence of light

British chemist who identified carbon dioxide and who formulated the concepts of specific heat and latent heat (1728-1799)

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popular child actress of the 1930's (born in 1928)

(board games) the darker pieces

black clothing (worn as a sign of mourning)

make or become black

being of the achromatic color of maximum darkness

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of or belonging to a racial group having dark skin especially of sub-Saharan African origin

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marked by anger or resentment or hostility

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offering little or no hope

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stemming from evil characteristics or forces

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(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences

(of the face) made black especially as with suffused blood

extremely dark

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harshly ironic or sinister

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(of intelligence operations) deliberately misleading

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distributed or sold illicitly

(used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame

(of coffee) without cream or sugar

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soiled with dirt or soot

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Mr Marsh added: "Ron Blacker will be remembered with great fondness by the people of the village that held a special place in his heart.
Mr Blacker, who styles himself Lord Harley despite the title not appearing on the College of Arms roll of peerage, was criticised by Judge Morgan after defending client Andrzej Wojcicki in August.
However after he had been attacked by judge Wynn Morgan, Mr Blacker said outside the court: "My medals were awarded to me - they may be for voluntary medical service but they bear the face of the Queen.
Mr Ford was unable to say if Mr Blacker had walked on to the tracks or fallen as the train approached.
This it repeated in 1926, 1929 and 1937 (Soloway, 1990: 295-7; 'Eugenics and Family Allowances'; Blacker to Hubback, 5 July 1937).
In earlier life, Mr Blacker was also an active member of the YFC, holding the office of National vice chairman for England in 1974 and National chairman for England and Wales in 1975.
Mr Blacker said: "We were lucky we could gain access to the shaft so we didn't need to winch him out or abseil down.
The new panel can reproduce blacker blacks and the details of dark images thanks to its new "Crystal Emissive Layer.
Blacker Than Blue had Ozzy Osbourne's stamp all over it, whereas the slightly more animated Russian Doll had plenty of rock but not very much roll.
The blacker the college, the sweeter the knowledge: In 1988, Judith Boswell Griffie wrote an inspirational letter to her daughter, Kelly, then a student at Prairie View A&M University.
10 SPIKE LEE, BAMBOOZLED (New Line) Critics who pointed out how "preposterous" the premise of this movie is--a minstrel show is pushed onto prime time by a white TV producer (the always delicious Michael Rapaport) who thinks he's blacker than the African Americans who work for him--clearly have no idea how poisonous and ugly race relations in America really are.
A carved quality in many of the great concrete buildings is emphasized by strong sun which makes surfaces glare and shadowed openings even blacker, as in Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz' Light Athletics Stadium (1994), a landmark feature of punctured and tilted concrete surfaces near Madrid's airport.
Hector Blacker, a top intelligence official, said that Brazil does not need foreign assistance to protect its borders.