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How To Use ebon In A Sentence

  • life that is gay, brisk, and debonair
  • Both groups had access to cuttlebone and fresh water ad libitum.
  • And she, warm with what Dick had just told of him, pleasured at the goodly sight of him, dwelling with her eyes on the light, high poise of head, the careless, sun-sanded hair, and the lightness, almost debonaireness, of his carriage despite his weight of body and breadth of shoulders. CHAPTER XXIII
  • Her poetic styles vary from haiku to streetwise dramatic monologue, using the conventions of ‘standard’ English, as well as the defiance of Ebonics.
  • The serving table, attributed to Thomas Seymour, is topped by two extremely rare American knife cases that employ charred poplar to simulate ebony.
  • It may be that in the faint candle light the improvised cook of the party ebonizes the flapjacks and puts mourning edges on the bacon.
  • The centrepiece of the pavilion was a grand piano designed by Ruhlmann and made from such exotic materials as amboyna wood and Macassar ebony.
  • In place of teeth it has the well-known substance called whalebone, which grows from the roof of its mouth in a number of broad thin plates, extending from the back of the head to the snout. Fighting the Whales
  • The first thing I saw on the Marylebone platform was the crude picture in green chalk of a stolon of _Cynodon dactylon_. Greener Than You Think
  • Many of the islands are mountainous and heavily forested with teak, ebony, and sandalwood.
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