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- adj. of the colour of ink, especially black ink; dark.
- adj. spattered or stained with ink
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Consisting of, or resembling, ink; soiled with ink; black.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting of ink; containing ink; smeared or stained with ink; resembling ink; black.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of the color of black ink
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His own bulging flesh was covered in inky-blue tattoos and he clearly had no idea she was an Olympic champion.
The room was in inky darkness, save where a small window admitted a faint gray light that indicated the outer world.
The wide river, flowing rapidly between its rugged banks, rolled in inky blackness beneath the overshadowing crags; while the waves in mid-channel flashed along in dazzling light, rendered more intense by the surrounding darkness.
They have a disease over there called inky root consequently new plantings have largely ceased, though there are some going on.
The more prevalent ink effects and flatter rendering style are what I would have liked for Street Fighter 4, especially after that "inky" debut trailer.
Whistler has given us the night -- not the black, inky, meaningless void which has always stood for evil; not the darkness, the mere absence of light, the prophet had in mind when he said, "And there shall be no night there" -- not that.
London, at the chill break of day, when the overhanging clouds were yet charged with the 'inky' purple of night -- in order, like a true book-chevalier, to embrace the first dank impression, or proof sheet, of his own famous octavo edition of _Shakspeare_; and of Mr. Bulmer's sumptuous impression of the text of the same.
It's 3. 45am on a Tuesday morning at Channel Nine's headquarters in Willoughby and it's very dark - the kind of inky darkness you get just before dawn, unbroken by any city lights.
The results include inky splodges of paint like sea spray and mottled fields of blue.
Both had the inky fingers of recent voters; both said they had voted for the first time in their lives.