jet-black

ADJECTIVE
  1. of the blackest black; similar to the color of jet or coal
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How To Use jet-black In A Sentence

  • I think Asian guys must have a thing for blonds since they've all got this jet-black hair.
  • It is the gum of that tree commonly called the lacquer-tree, which when taken fresh and applied to the object it is intended to lacquer turns jet-black on exposure to the sun, drying with great hardness. Chats on Household Curios
  • So saying, she sat down to her wheel, and seized, while she spun, her jet-black cutty pipe, from which she soon sent such clouds of vile mundungus vapour as must have cleared the premises of Lady Penelope, had she not been strong in purpose to share the expected confession of the invalid. Saint Ronan's Well
  • Cassandra has jet-black hair, shorter than Travis's and almost black eyes with light skin.
  • He had a shock of jet-black hair that tended to fall in unruly curls over his forehead no matter how hard Halle tried to keep it in trim. PAINT THE WIND
  • In all we got six or seven outfits, three pairs of shades, the wine colored hat, four neck scarves and this really cool jet-black purse.
  • His jet-black eyes stare out from hand-painted murals or photographs mounted in every shop, school and office in the country.
  • His jet-black hair was cropped short, just as fighting men of the time wore it, and his chiseled features emphasized his square jaw.
  • President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali stands erect and unsmiling, sports a helmet of implausibly jet-black hair and wears a long dress-coat, studded with medals.
  • The whole process involved first bleaching my hair to a shade lighter than my natural jet-black, and then applying the blue hair colour.
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