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Spell check of black

Correct spelling: black

Synonyms:
raven, inglorious, coolie, lonesome, alcoholic, ghastly, black tie, sooty, nefarious, abusive, dumb, shade, hard, vicious, obscured, inkiness, erosive, funereal, achromatic, chill, colored, sepulchral, full-blooded, unpleasant, colors, sadistic, sordid, Eskimo, dusky, unkind, lawbreaking, mysterious, iniquitous, opprobrious, glum, shady, low, stark, cruel, reprobate, dimmed, irremediable, obscure, filthy, tenebrous, arrant, monstrous, reprehensible, joyless, lonely, colorful, sable, multiracial, pitch-dark, solemn, depraved, absent, unrelenting, ill-suited, sunless, desolate, beachwear, apricot, despiteful, pitch-black, dusty, illegal, begrimed, nasty, white, calamitous, total darkness, sear, godforsaken, happy, melancholy, evil, menacing, unforgiving, unfavorable, obtuse, biscuit, unethical, African, ebony, soil, cruddy, swarthy, unrighteous, bleak, amethyst, darkening, angry, relentless, aquamarine, brunet, evildoing, unhappy, brown, Shirley Temple, sullen, dingy, nationality, villainous, race, disgraceful, dour, inadvisable, ebon, base, dusk, sinister, fatal, undiluted, criminal, shameful, negroid, bedraggled, minacious, bootleg, inferior, grotty, elegiac, somber, befoul, unsound, respray, hopeless, fateful, casuals, jetty, Cimmerian, grungy, array, cutting, glowering, in color, Afro-American, swart, scurrilous, darkened, blue, draggled, wretched, morose, unsatisfactory, defective, darksome, black-market, smudge, grim, dim, mordant, poor, disconsolate, charcoal, sully, sullied, moody, brooding, Aryan, hateful, felonious, dark-skinned, dry, beatific, darkling, african-american, dago, down in the mouth, minatory, shocking, morbid, livid, wrong, drear, buff, benighted, vile, scorch, bluish, barren, smudged, smutty, avocado, displeasing, bleach, clothed, wispy, dishonorable, nation, ethnic minority, ominous, darkish, melanise, terrible, harmful, gray, fierce, disastrous, foul, non-white, clean, dismal, curious, perverse, improper, covert, carbonated, dreich, darkly, pitch blackness, right, baggies, full-bodied, unfortunate, shadowy, foreboding, corrupt, light, uncleanly, rayless, portentous, unclean, inexorable, pessimistic, inhuman, corrosive, debauched, wrongdoing, vitriolic, down, sad, dye, dirty, spiteful, uncharitable, gloomy, inadequate, besoil, alabaster, vague, tenebrific, unlawful, cheerless, invalid, grisly, comfortless, effervescent, color, blackish, drinkable, dishonourable, blacken, lugubrious, befouled, coloured, corked, Shirley Temple Black, civvies, obnoxious, accessory, degenerate, pitchy, coordinates, amber, saturnine, besmirched, begrime, baby-blue, dark, baneful, dispirited, sick, depressing, threatening, stern, forlorn, misdoing, grubby, venomous, dull, aqua, inky, defile, char, stained, faint, umbrageous, diabolical, paint, mucky, cold, bug-eyed, depressive, nigrify, caliginous, downcast, sarcastic, shaded, malignant, rotten, muddy, subdued, combats, immoral, onyx, unlit, opaque, downhearted, azure, beige, macabre, malevolent, pitiless, redden, minority, dreary, silhouetted, mean, soiled, besmirch, fade, scandalous, plutonian, decaffeinated, contraband, miserable, Canuck, ethnic, drab, attitude, upsetting, sour, midnight, damnable, unappeasable, unsavory, lightlessness, dense, appealing, jet, slow, flat, cloudy, blackness, poisonous, wicked, malicious, caustic, gruesome, smutch, melanize, depressed, peccant, detrimental, faulty, bare, low-spirited, blackened, raw, tragic, smuggled, ignominious, bad, bronze, malign, sorry, black person, dire, bemired, brighten, heartbreaking, Joseph Black, baleful, sinful, lightless, forbidding, clad, stygian, tint, indecent, blameworthy, grimy, awful, blackamoor, painful, debased, murky, clouded.

Antonyms:
effulgent, lambent, inoffensive, buoyant, hopeful, ashen, lit, ablaze, respected, worthy, friendly, overt, unsarcastic, bright, cheerful, squeaky-clean, pure, beaming, guiltless, venerable, illuminated, perfect, transparent, honest, sublime, starlit, peaked, radiant, legal, endorsed, approved, pallid, permitted, fortunate, high-minded, purified, honorable, shining, allowed, festive, correct, light, lustrous, albescent, neat, alight, lucent, upstanding, cleansed, wan, elevated, beamy, law-abiding, lucid, lighthearted, diluted, pasty, ordered, agleam, sunshiny, cheery, whiten, ethical, high, jocund, moony, resplendent, licensed, taintless, comforting, lofty, clear, orderly, promoted, spick-and-span, unobjectionable, joyful, incorruptible, encouraged, reputable, sunlit, lily-white, uncorrupted, commendable, just, optimistic, proper, glowing, uncoloured, blithe, principled, brightened, highlighted, righteous, abetted, innocent, cleaned, right, cordial, upright, encouraging, permissible, dilute, unspotted, uncolored, supported, heartwarming, dazzling, sallow, noble, merry, untouched, palish, decent, glaring, decorous, shiny, unpolluted, glossy, blameless, pale, creditable, chaste, limpid, unerring, sparkling, brilliant, immaculate, good, floodlit, luminous, flawless, incandescent, authorized, unsullied, spotless, white, Caucasoid, jolly, sanctioned, moonlit, stainless, clean, undefiled, unstained, aglitter, lightsome, light-skinned, open, crystalline, unsoiled, scrupulous, relucent, honourable, unangry, blithesome, ashy, bleached, whiteness, wholesome, seemly, cheering, whitened, peaky, illumined, tidy, moral, groomed, Caucasian, unblemished, virtuous, irreproachable, mirthful, exemplary, gleaming, joyous, combed, cleanly, esteemed, untainted, legitimate.

Examples of usage:

1) " I do not," replied the black boy with fear. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) It would be a black day that anything happened her! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) And why does black burn snow when white does not? - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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