- n. Waste water contaminated with fecal matter, urine, or industrial contamination.
“Paula wrung black water from a black neckerchief then tenderly wiped it across Black Elk's face.”
“Avoid nonbiodegradable products such as solvent and preservative-based chemicals, as these won’t do a better job, but will make your discharged black water difficult to process into ultimately pure groundwater through the Earth’s natural processes.”
“He guided the skiff to a point some five or six ells away, where the still, black water was very deep, and paused to listen.”
“For nearly two minutes he'd dangled above the wind-torn black water of a freshly opened lead before we'd managed to drag him back to safety.”
“Green, white, or even black water pleases me better than this uncanny-looking element, which seems to be of all the colors of the rainbow, except that of any wholesome water, salt or fresh, that one ever saw before.”
“Alvin could feel the black water under the thin shell of crystal, roiling with hate.”
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Tolkien worked in the black section
of the dictionary at one point in his life
Buzzwords of our time
Words where 'black' has a negative connotation.
The awareness of this has been more publically discussed since the 60's, however with the 2008 presidental race, I am curious if any of ...
more stuff Ive collected
they put in 200 items and reckon
thats an update ,so what do
lexicographers do? Take long
lunches is my theory
Looking for tweets for black water.