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Synonyms for black

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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References in periodicals archive ?
A product of the successful Coleg y Cymoedd set-up, Blacker came through the academy system at the Arms Park, winning caps for Wales Under-18s and Wales Under-20s.
But rather than just head inside, unemployed Blacker drove to another space on the street.
In one application for support, the jury was told, Mr Blacker wrote: "I cannot carry on a real life and everything is too much effort.
First, Blacker found her large audience--the 43 million viewers tuned into the NCAA's 2018 March Madness tournament.
Four decades after featuring in Dineen's first film, Blacker invites his old friend to film his mother's funeral, opening the door to his life at a time of crisis.
'BLACKER Four decades after featuring in Dineen's first film, Blacker invites his old friend to film his mother's funeral, thus opening the door to his life at a time of great personal crisis.
But the volunteer medical body insisted Mr Blacker, also called Lord Harley of Counsel, is not a member.
With Konrad Abeltshauser in the box for tripping, Blacker fired home a loose rebound after Sateri made a series of nice saves at 2:21.
At the inquest into his death yesterday a jury heard Mr Blacker, a divorcee and retired supervisor for Lloyd's Bank, had a pounds 28,000 debt and may have been facing eviction from his rented Duke Street home.
Augustus John sketched them, George Borrow described them in The Romany Rye, and Walter Starkie played his violin with them in Transylvania--now the Gypsies have a new champion in William Blacker.
Both the NUSEC and Eugenics Society supported all three of these issues and through them Eva Hubback provides a concrete link between the two organisations: she joined the Eugenics Society in 1929, became a member of its Council in 1932 and sat on its committees on birth control, family allowances and eugenic sterilisation (Eugenics Society to Hubback, 6 July 1933; Hubback to Blacker, 4 February 1931; Blacker to Hubback, 18 December 1933).
Prescot's almost handed the visitors the advantage as Blacker had only Paxton to beat when he was tackled from behind by Tobin in the penalty area.
As well as fine texts of the two edited poems, Jean Blacker's edition includes a useful introduction, a translation into modern English of the decasyllabic version, a list of manuscript variants, a selective glossary, and indexes of proper names.