dark-colored

ADJECTIVE
  1. having a dark color
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How To Use dark-colored In A Sentence

  • His entire wardrobe was made up of dark-colored clothing, whereas most of her gowns were light and airy, beautiful to look at.
  • When disturbed, weevers erect a dark-colored and highly venomous dorsal spine, while pufferfishes, also poisonous, puff up into a ball of spikes.
  • A thin dark-colored membrane of some sort covered his bare body snugly.
  • It is best to use a light-colored preferably white background with black or very dark-colored text.
  • Bitumen is a generic term for natural or manufactured black or dark-colored solid, semisolid, or viscous cementitious materials that are composed mainly of high-molecular weight hydrocarbons. Asphalt
  • Laundryman: Did it ever shrink or fade? Generally speaking, the dark-colored clothes always fade away gradually.
  • parr," a small bright-looking fish, four or five inches long, with dark-colored bars across the sides and a row of red spots. Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 11, No. 26, May, 1873
  • It is extremely difficult to distinguish in observation between vagueness of the illusion due to feebleness in the after-image depending on faint illumination, dark-colored discs or lack of the desirable difference in luminosity between the sectors (cf.p. 171) and the indefiniteness which is due to broad transition-bands existing between the (relatively) pure-color bands. Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1 Containing Sixteen Experimental Investigations from the Harvard Psychological Laboratory.
  • South - west of this, five miles above Catar6 to the west of the road, and northwest of Mount Basimo, he obtained a dark-colored actinolite slate. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
  • On her shoulders she wore a small dark-colored fichu that crossed upon her breast, which was also covered by the large bib of her apron.
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