Definition of 'blackly'
Example sentences containing 'blackly'
East of that stretched the beautiful, gentle Suffolk shore, invisible in the dark behind the blackly sliding slick of the tide.HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2001)
He was charred and singed, his unbuttoned shirt showed a blackly powdered wren's chest, for once his face looked darker than his eyes.MAN'S LOVING FAMILY (2001) NIGHT SISTERS (2001)
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