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Black

Antonyms for black:

good, hopeful, uncolored, whiten, clean, fortunate, white, happy, caucasian, diluted, overt, unsarcastic, nice.

Synonyms for black:

Afro-American

afro-american.

Joseph Black

joseph black.

Negro

negro.

Sense 3

joyless, alabaster, jock, defile, still, malign, poisonous, race, absent, cheerless, hateful, smoky, lavender, venomous, cracker, vicious, reprobate.

Sense 4

stiff, indian, top, wear, ethnic.

Sense 5

native, minority.

Sense 6

primitive.

Sense 7

straight.

Sense 8

weak.

Sense 9

savage, long.

Sense 11

flat.

bloom

poppy.

climber

ivy.

ebony

jet.

shadowy

pitchy.

silica

opal.

angry (adjective)

menacing, sullen, sour, livid.

bad (adjective)

inadvisable, vile, faulty, inferior, wrong, ill-suited, unpleasant, unsound, defective, invalid, unfavorable, detrimental, arrant, unsatisfactory, inadequate, baneful, bad, wretched, displeasing, poor, irremediable.

black (adjective)

dingy, dark, charcoal, sable, midnight, ebony.

dark (adjective)

cloudy, opaque, inky, swart, sooty, dusky, darkened, umbrageous, obscure, dim, ebon, dismal, dusk, dark, dark-skinned, shadowy, pitch-dark, stygian, murky, unlit, rayless, dun, gloomy, silhouetted, lightless, pitch black, shady, somber, shaded, cimmerian, dreary, swarthy.

dark, inky (adjective)

livid, onyx, jet, brunet, somber, stygian, shadowy, dusky, murky, swart, dingy, swarthy, ebon, pitch-dark, ebony, sooty, charcoal, sable.

dejected (adjective)

morose, wretched, doleful.

depressing (adjective)

bleak.

dim (adjective)

unilluminated.

dirty (adjective)

nasty, stained, sooty, filthy, mucky, uncleanly, foul, soiled, grimy, unclean, begrimed, cruddy, grubby.

evil (adjective)

nefarious, iniquitous, villainous, wicked, bad.

funereal (adjective)

funereal.

hopeless (adjective)

dreary, funereal, ominous, doleful, lugubrious, depressive, threatening, gloomy, sinister, depressing, dismal, bleak.

tenebrific (adjective)

tenebrific.

threatening (adjective)

minatory, minacious.

uncleanly (adjective)

uncleanly.

wicked (adjective)

improper, lawbreaking, scandalous, degenerate, corrupt, indecent, shocking, damnable, evildoing, sinister, debased, bad, base, sinful, obnoxious, wicked, wrongdoing, criminal, villainous, depraved, perverse, reprehensible, felonious, debauched, iniquitous, sadistic, blameworthy, Misdoing, immoral.

Sense 3 (noun)

civvies, beachwear, baggies, combats, array, black tie, casuals, accessory.

Sense 4 (noun)

jetty, pitchy, onyx, ebon.

Sense 5 (noun)

amethyst, amber, light, bluish, alabaster, azure, baby blue, avocado, beige.

Sense 7 (noun)

nation, nationality, reprobate, multiracial, race, full-blooded, ethnic minority, peccant, vicious, ethnic, minority, aryan.

Sense 9 (noun)

malign, color, spiteful, hateful, malevolent, poisonous, venomous, malignant, malicious, despiteful.

Sense 10 (noun)

defile, besmirch, soil, smutch, begrime, smudge, besoil, befoul.

african-american (noun)

negro, afro-american.

attribute (noun)

blackness.

black (noun)

fatal, colored, inglorious, african-american, achromatic, blackamoor, calamitous, blacken, shameful, contraband, unclean, afro-american, evil, ignominious, nigrify, fateful, smuggled, bleak, dim, dark, sarcastic, hopeless, melanize, bootleg, disastrous, blackened, melanise, blackness, grim, dishonourable, Shirley Temple, colorful, unfortunate, negro, mordant, joseph black, pitch-dark, Shirley Temple Black, total darkness, clad, disgraceful, clothed, lightlessness, dark-skinned, undiluted, illegal, sinister, angry, dishonorable, soiled, black person, in color, pitch blackness, negroid, wicked, coloured, dirty, covert, opprobrious.

black out (noun)

faint.

colors (noun)

aquamarine, oatmeal, rust, orange, fuchsia, silver, cobalt, lemon, powder blue, magnolia, khaki, mahogany, cyan, gold, plum, chestnut, jade, mustard, mulberry, primrose, peach, gunmetal, redness, ocher, bronze, apricot, lime, tan, terra cotta, violet, periwinkle, rose, chocolate, aqua, claret, biscuit, ruby, sapphire, cream, teal, sienna, burgundy, coffee, cherry, navy, turquoise, buff, lilac, olive, verdure.

darkness (noun)

lightlessness.

person (noun)

Shirley Temple, Shirley Temple Black.

change (verb)

melanise, melanize, blacken.

darken (verb)

shade.

Usage examples for black:

  • The water was cold and deep and black. - "Audrey", Mary Johnston.
  • I know him by that black hat. - "The Ridin' Kid from Powder River", Henry Herbert Knibbs.

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