midnight-black love


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  • Her whole gut, her whole chest, her throat and her head were filling with something, a roiling thunderhead, midnight-black clouds, the purest, darkest fury.

    The Sisters and the Seeds « A Fly in Amber

  • At his side stood Father Morrison in a shiny midnight-black cassock and outdoor cape, the collar turned up high against the night.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Except for the far front corner, the entire left side of the wagon was covered with fluffy, overstuffed, brightly colored pillows atop a thick-piled, midnight-black fur -- probably Gisella's bed, Tas decided.


  • A big, midnight-black one stepped though the door.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I drew a picture of Lacy and her midnight-black hair and her wicked grin.

    The Dadlands Saloon

  • Lynch knows how to make the reader laugh, even if the humour turns from light amusement to midnight-black as the story progresses.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Prominent features: oily, midnight-black skin; hair colors range from pale violet to magenta; braided beards are common among males; ritual scarring marks life stages and rites of passage manhood, marriage, parenthood, etc.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • He passed one glossy, midnight-black hand over his ships immaculate main console and tapped the secure-frequency transmitter, sending a brief, ultra-low-power pulse of encrypted data into the emptiness of Sector Tango-4119.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • On that midnight-black morning of 26 December, Crozier and First Lieutenant Edward Little left the supervision of the shoveling and surface parties to Hodgson, Hornby, and Irving and made the long walk through the drifts to Erebus.

    The Terror

  • Like Mr. Letts, he's written a midnight-black comedy, one that wrenches laughter out of the despair of frustrated men whose lives have come to naught.

    Broadway's Back -- and Booming


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