- adj. of the color of black ink
“After Vincente and the tech had left, Chase entered, his expression drawn, his ink-black hair still wet from a recent shower.”
“The words are accompanied by some wonderful ink-black illustrations by Steve Leialoha, whether they are single or full double-page spreads, or small depictions on the corner of the page, that continue the mood of a fairytale that you never want to end.”
“Illustration by Ryan Etter Erin Morgenstern, an elfin painter with ink-black hair and a fondness for bowler hats, Tarot cards and antique clocks, has never published so much as a short story before.”
“In fact, the oak is thriving on the warm weather, while the ink-black, conical buds of the ash respond more to the lengthening hours of daylight.”
“The modern ninth-inning man is now personified by the San Francisco Giants' Brian Wilson, arguably more recognizable for his ink-black beard and unorthodox sartorial habits than for his accomplishments on the field.”
“AND, INDEED, THE Dark Ages did turn out to be extremely dark: coal-black and jet-black, pitch-black and ink-black.”
“I was an afterthought," says Josephine, a vivacious woman with a sparkling smile and deep-set blue eyes framed by lavishly long ink-black lashes.”
“Of days when the sky turned ink-black at noon, and times when parents gave up their children because they feared they would starve.”
“Snaking across its snowy surface were tidy, ink-black worms in perfect meters, segmented by spaces in Courier font.”
“The ink-black waters soak me up and I begin to write myself.”
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