black and white

  1. not having or not capable of producing colors
    a black-and-white TV
    the movie was in black and white
    black-and-white film
  1. a black-and-white photograph or slide
  2. communication by means of written symbols (either printed or handwritten)
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How To Use black and white In A Sentence

  • They will not see through the superficial machinations of modern baaskap whose heart is filled with envy at seeing the dream becoming true, of a people united in a social contract, working together black and white, to determine a better future for themselves. SPEECH BY NKOSINATHI NHLEKO, CHIEF WHIP OF THE MAJORITY PARTY ON THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS
  • The black and white images suggested a lunar surface with bright elevated land masses, grooved by sloping drainage channels and seemingly surrounded by dark, still pools of oily liquid.
  • They wanted me to bring my US passport, and Mexican Visa, but instead of two black and white infantil size photos, they wanted color photos here in Morelos and they only wanted a color copy of the pages in my passport and FM3 visa showing my photo and the page of the FM3 visa that I had then showing the prorrogas (renewals) to verify who I am and that I live here legally. Page 2
  • The movie was shot in black and white.
  • For the fruits, I used candied bitter orange peels, green raisins, and dried apricots, figs (black and white), and peach.
  • It looked very old and traced with lacy patterns of swirls, vines, and flowers, but it wasn't just white or just black; it was a twisted mixture of both black and white.
  • A number of photographs, in colour and black and white, show the various facets of the process in great detail.
  • Photographers made use of the pandanus to lend striking silhouettes to black and white photographs of Reef twilight.
  • There was an awkward semicircle of wheeled vehicles arranged around the wreck, all black and white with lights on.
  • Schumacher opens the film in terrific style with a black and white section set in 1919 Paris, which gradually melts into a full colour flashback to the bustling 1870s.
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