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Black Adjective Synonyms
dark, sombre, dusky, gloomy, menacing, glowering, louring or lowering, threatening, funereal
The sky became black with storm clouds.
malignant, baleful, baneful, deadly, deathly, sinister, dismal, hateful, disastrous
It was a black day when he came into my life.
dark, pitch-black, jet-black, coal-black, Stygian, starless, moonless
He bundled his coat round himself and walked into the black night.
angry, wrathful, furious, frowning, bad-tempered, sulky, resentful, clouded, threatening, glowering
She gave him a black look and he withered in abject fear.
jet, jet-black, coal-black, inky, sooty, swart, swarthy, raven, ebony, dusky, ebon, hyacinthine
Her hair was as black as coal.
Negro, Negroid, coloured, dark-skinned
Most of the Black races live near or south of the equator.
bad, foul, iniquitous, wicked, evil, diabolical, infernal, hellish, atrocious, awful, malicious, abominable, outrageous, vicious, villainous, flagitious, vile, disgraceful, unscrupulous, unconscionable, unprincipled, blackguardly, knavish, perfidious
You have told the blackest lies about me.
Black Verb Synonyms
boycott, embargo, blacklist, ban, interdict
Because of the dispute over plumbers' wages, the other building-trades unions have blacked every manufacturer in the business.
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