black

917 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[blˈak], [blˈak], [b_l_ˈa_k]
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Synonyms for Black:

bad (adjective)

arrant, bad, baneful, defective, detrimental, displeasing, faulty, ill-suited, inadequate, inadvisable, inferior, invalid, irremediable, poor, unfavorable, unpleasant, unsatisfactory, unsound, vile, wretched, wrong.

black (adjective)

charcoal, dark, dingy, ebony, midnight, sable.

dark (adjective)

cloudy, darkened, dim, dismal, dreary, dusky, gloomy, inky, lightless, murky, obscure, shaded, shadowy, shady, silhouetted, somber, sooty, swarthy, umbrageous.

wicked (adjective)

base, blameworthy, corrupt, criminal, damnable, debased, debauched, degenerate, depraved, evildoing, felonious, immoral, improper, indecent, iniquitous, lawbreaking, misdoing, obnoxious, perverse, reprehensible, sadistic, scandalous, shocking, sinful, sinister, villainous, wicked, wrongdoing.

Other synonyms and related words:

9th of month, African, Afro-American, American Indian, Aryan, Bemired, Cayman, Cimmerian, Colorado Maduro, Darksome, Eskimo, Grey, Ill-boding, Indian, Jerry, Joseph Black, Negroid, Plutonian, Pygmy, Redskin, Shirley Temple, Shirley Temple Black, Star-crossed, Straw-colored, Stygian, Yankee, abominable, abruptly, absent, absolute, abstruse and subtle, abusive, accessory, accursed, achromatic, achromatic color, achromatic colour, african-american, alabaster, alcoholic, amber, amethyst, amoral, angry, aniline black, apocalyptic, appealing, apricot, aqua, aquamarine, array, asperse, atramentous, atrocious, attitude, avocado, awful, azure, baby blue, bad-tempered, baggies, baleful, ban, bare, barren, beachwear, beamless, beatific, becloud, become black, bedaub, bedraggled, beetle-browed, befogged, befoul, befouled, begrime, begrimed, beige, benighted, besmear, besmirch, besmirched, besoil, biscuit, bituminous coal, black as coal, black as ebony, black as ink, black as midnight, black as night, black man, black market, black out, black person, black race, black-browed, black-skinned, black-tie, blackamoor, blacken, blackened, blackfellow, blackguardly, blackish, blacklist, blackly, blackness, blacks, blamable, blank, blasphemous, bleach, bleak, blk black, blot, blot out, blotch, blue, bluish, blur, blurred, blurry, bodeful, boding, bone black, bootleg, bottle-green, boy, boycott, break, brighten, bringing death, bringing ruin, bronze, brooding, brown, brown man, bruise, brunet, brunette, buff, bug-eyed, burrhead, bushman, cacodemonic, caiman, calamitous, caliginous, calumniate, canuck, carbon black, carbonated, casuals, cataclysmal, cataclysmic, catastrophic, causing dejection, caustic, char, cheerless, cherry, chess player, chestnut, chill, chocolate, chrome black, civvies, clad, clean, clothe, clothed, cloud, clouded, coal, coal-black, coaly, cobalt, coffee, cold, color, colored, colored person, colorful, colors, colour of jet, coloured, combats, comfortless, complete, conceal, confuse, contraband, contravene, contuse, coolie, coordinate, coordinates, coppery, corbeau, cork, corked, corrosive, costume, covert, crape, cream, crepuscular, crestfallen, crow, cruddy, cruel, curious, currant, cutting, cypress, cypress lawn, dago, dark and gloomy, dark as night, dark as pitch, dark color, dark-complected, dark-complexioned, dark-skinned, darken, darkening, darkish, darkling, darkly, darkness, darky, dastardly, daub, deadly, deathly, decaffeinated, deep and profound, deep black, deep mourning, defame, defile, dejected, demoniac, demonic, denigrate, dense, deplorable, depressant, depressed, depressing, depressive, desecrate, desolate, despiteful, destructive, devilish, diabolic, diabolical, dimmed, dire, dirty, disastrous, discolor, discolour, disconsolate, discouraging, disgraceful, disguise, disheartening, dishonorable, dishonourable, disobey, dispirited, dispiriting, distressing, doleful, dolorous, doomed, doomful, dour, down, downbeat, downcast, downhearted, downright, drab, draggled, drear, drearisome, dreich, drinkable, drop black, dry, dull, dumb, dumpish, dun, dusk, dusty, dye, ebon, eclipse, eclipsed, ecru, effervescent, eggshell, elegiac, embargo, enraged, ensemble, erase, erosive, ethnic, evening, evil, evil-starred, execrable, expressionless, expunge, extremely dark, facinorous, fade, faint, far and obscure, fatal, fateful, fertile, fiendish, fierce, filthy, finery, flagitious, flagrant, flat, foggy, forbidding, foreboding, forlorn, foul, frowning, full of worries, full-blooded, full-bodied, fulsome, funebrial, funeral, funereal, furious, ghastly, ghoulish, gipsy, glazed, gloaming, gloom, gloomful, gloomily, glowering, glum, glumly, go down, godforsaken, godless, gold, grave, gray, green, green grass, grievous, grim, grimy, grisly, gross, grotty, grubby, gruesome, grum, grumpily, grungy, gunmetal, half-breed, half-caste, hand-me-downs, happy, hard, harmful, hastily, hate, hateful, haunted, hazel, hazy, heartbreaking, heavyhearted, heinous, hellish, honky, hopeless, horrible, hostile, how, hunted, hyacinthine, ignominious, ill, ill-fated, ill-lighted, ill-lit, ill-omened, ill-starred, illegal, illegible, impenetrable, impermeable, impious, impure, inaccurate, inauspicious, incarnate, inexorable, inexpedient, infamous, infernal, infringe, inglorious, inhuman, ink, ink stick, ink-black, inkiness, inklike, insidious, inspiring horror, insulting, interdict, intoxicating, iron-gray, isotonic, ivory black, japan, jet, jetty, joyless, jungle bunny, khaki, knavish, label, lampblack, lavender, leaden, lemon, libel, light, lightlessness, lily-white, livid, lobster, lonely, lonesome, louring, low, low-spirited, lowering, lugubrious, lurid, macabre, magenta, malevolent, malevolently, malicious, maliciously, malign, malignant, malignly, mammy, man, mean, melancholy, melanian, melanic, melanise, melanism, melanistic, melanize, melano, melanoid, melanotic, melanous, menacing, menacingly, menswear, mephistophelian, minacious, minatory, minority, mischievous, miserable, misty, mobile, monstrous, moodish, moody, moonless, mopey, moping, mopish, morbid, mordant, morose, morosely, mournful, mourning, mourning band, mucky, muddy, mulatto, multicolor, multiracial, mumpish, murk, mysterious, nastily, nasty, nation, nationality, naughty, naughty child, neat, nebulous, nefarious, niggra, night, night-black, night-clad, night-cloaked, night-dark, night-enshrouded, night-filled, night-mantled, night-veiled, nightfall, nigrescence, nigrify, nigritude, nigrous, noisome, non-translucent, non-transparent, non-white, not nice, not ripe, oatmeal, obfuscate, obfuscated, obscured, obsidian, obtuse, occult, occulted, of a brown color, of evil portent, ofay, off-white, olive-drab, ominous, onyx, opaque, oppressive, opprobrious, oriental, out-and-out, outerwear, outrageous, outright, overcast, overshadow, pained, painful, paint, pale, paleface, peach, peccant, perfect, perfidious, perverted, pessimistic, piceous, pinky, pitch, pitch black, pitch blackness, pitch-dark, pitchy, pitiless, poisonous, portending, portentous, positive, predetermined, primrose, proliferous, puce, purplish, race, radiant, rank, raven, raven-black, ravish, raw, rayless, red man, redden, reddish, redness, regular, relentless, reprobate, resentful, respray, right, roguish, rose, rotten, roulette bet, ruby, ruddy, ruinous, running, rust, sackcloth, sackcloth and ashes, sad, sarcastic, satanic, saturnine, savage, scorch, scornful, scowling, scurrilous, scurvy, sea, sear, secret, sepulchral, shade, shadow, shamefaced, shameful, shockingly repellent, sick, silent and meditative, silvery, sky-blue, slander, slant-eye, slate, sloe, sloe-black, sloe-colored, slow, slur, smear, smirch, smoke, smoky, smudge, smudged, smuggled, smut, smutch, smutty, snooker ball colour, snotty, snowy, sober, soil, soiled, soily, solemn, sombre, sombrous, soot, sooty mold, sooty mould, sordid, sorry, sour, sourly, spade, speck, speckle, spiteful, spitefully, spot, spotted, squalid, squaw, stain, stained, stark, starless, steely, stern, still, subdued, subfusc, subfuscous, suddenly, sulkily, sulky, sullen, sullenly, sullied, sully, sunless, surly, swart, tanned swart, tar, tar-black, tarry, tatters, taut, tawny, teal, tenebrific, tenebrious, tenebrose, tenebrous, terrible, thoroughgoing, thoughtful, threatening, threateningly, throw mud at, tight-lipped, tint, top, total darkness, traduce, tragic, tragical, traitorous, transgress, treacherous, triste, turbid, turned letter, twilit, two-piece, ugly, ultramarine, umber, umbra, umbral, unappeasable, unblinking, uncharitable, uncheerful, unclean, uncleanly, unconscionable, underclothes, undergarment, undies, undiluted, undrinkable, unethical, unexpectedly, unfavourable, unforgivable, unforgiving, unfortunate, ungodly, unhappy, unhealthy, unholy, unilluminated, unkind, unlawful, unlighted, unlit, unlucky, unpardonable, unprincipled, unpromising, unpropitious, unreadable, unrelenting, unrighteous, unsavory, unscrupulous, unskillful, unspeakable, unsung, untoward, untransparent, unwashed, unworthy, upsetting, vague, veiled, venomous, vermilion, very darkest colour, very worst, vesper, vicious, viciously, vilify, violate, vitriolic, wasp, watered-down, weak, weariful, wearisome, weary, weeds, weepers, when, white, white man, whitey, whitish, widow's weeds, wild-eyed, wispy, with evil intention, withering, without milk, woebegone, woeful, worried, wrathful, wreckful, wry, yellow, yellow man, yew.

Rhymes for Black:

  1. pack, mac, unpack, braque, snack, knack, wrack, shack, pac, jack, quack, sack, plaque, clack, lack, tack, sac, track, flack, yak, smack, slack, whack, mack, flak, wack, crack, rack, hack, stack, yack, back;
  2. attack, arrack, aback;
  3. dak;

Quotes for Black:

  1. Black women all over the world should re -unite and re -examine the way history has portrayed us. Buchi Emecheta.
  2. You know why we're stuck with the myth that only black people have soul? Because white people don't let themselves feel things. Janis Joplin.
  3. Even in today's opera world, the position of the black tenor is problematic. Bobby Short.

Idioms of Black:

  1. put sth down in black and white;
  2. pretend that black is white;
  3. brown, green, etc. is the new black