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Examples

  • The Economic Times Red dust brings early death to West Singbhum Ten-year-old Nandi's skin and hair have a reddish-black hue.

    India News Digest: Columbia University, GMAT Coming to India Soon

  • It came in frosted mugs and tumblers of ice and bottles that were smoke-colored or dark green or reddish-black or glowing with an amber warmth.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • “Take this one here,” suggested the uniformed commando behind the counter, pointing out a hauntingly beautiful gunman with a wild reddish-black beard.

    Peace Meals

  • The ground was soft, yielding to even my slight weight, and in spots water bubbled around my sole—water and a reddish-black sludge.

    The Monstrumologist

  • Angelica released the ponytail from its band, and her reddish-black mane fell to her shoulders.

    Déjà Vu

  • I used to change my handwriting the way I changed my hair color (my natural mousy brown ran the gamut from a sort of palomino to a daring reddish-black).

    Script and Scribble: The Rise and Fall of Handwriting

  • These shells either lie loose on the surface, or are embedded in a reddish-black vegetable mould.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • He punched a set of numbers, then pressed his palm against a reddish-black square directly below.

    Cyclops One

  • The robot's bright red eyes were near me, making enough light so that I could see the gleam of its body, arms and legs and featureless face, could see the reddish-black outlines of things in the room, thrintun furniture.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • The ketchup stood out as a distinct reddish-black blob against the now bright blue shirt.

    Hard Road

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