“The memory stone still recalled blackly that it had been told to be a road.”
Ship Of Destiny
“The signature was extended in full, with the surname blackly underlined.”
“What I loved most about this book were the character portraits, as Sage has a genius for taking ostensibly repulsive people and making them human in a blackly amusing way.”
““You fight like a charr”—Rytlock laughed blackly—“though you fly like a grawl.””
“He has also written a blackly comic locked-room mystery novel, Now You See It ..., aptly dedicated to Robert Bloch, and the suspense novels 7 Steps to Midnight and Hunted Past Reason.”
“Nottingham Contemporary, to 11 MarRobert ClarkDavid Shrigley has achieved world fame thanks to his blackly funny greetings cards, skewering mankind's follies with scrappy felt-tipped cartoons.”
“Subtly, the book knits us into its blackly apocalyptic sensibility, so that even those stories not dealing specifically with the coming flood carry a shiver of dread.”
“Here and there, sun glanced off water, and slick surfaces shone blackly orange in the morning light.”
“Referring to the communist dictatorship as "the most heartless and brutal totalitarian state ever created," BrÃ¼gger and his comedians repeatedly make fools of the authorities in this blackly satirical, poignant and insightful documentary.”
“Referring to the communist dictatorship as "the most heartless and brutal totalitarian state ever created," Brügger and his comedians repeatedly make fools of the authorities in this blackly satirical, poignant and insightful documentary.”
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Tolkien worked in the black section
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Words where 'black' has a negative connotation.
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