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Synonyms for black
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. black, blackness, inkiness(noun)

    the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, blackness, blackamoor, lightlessness, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, diluted, good, uncoloured, clean, Caucasian, dilute, overt, hopeful, honorable, Caucasoid, albescent, open, fortunate, light, legal, honourable, unangry(p), uncolored, unsarcastic, light-skinned

  2. total darkness, lightlessness, blackness, pitch blackness, black(noun)

    total absence of light

    "they fumbled around in total darkness"; "in the black of night"

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, lightlessness, blackness, blackamoor, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, uncoloured, honorable, unangry(p), Caucasoid, hopeful, uncolored, overt, diluted, clean, legal, good, Caucasian, albescent, unsarcastic, dilute, honourable, open, light, light-skinned, fortunate

  3. Black, Joseph Black(noun)

    British chemist who identified carbon dioxide and who formulated the concepts of specific heat and latent heat (1728-1799)

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, blackness, blackamoor, lightlessness, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, hopeful, dilute, albescent, Caucasoid, honourable, fortunate, overt, good, clean, diluted, legal, Caucasian, uncolored, unangry(p), open, honorable, light, uncoloured, light-skinned, unsarcastic

  4. Black, Shirley Temple Black, Shirley Temple(noun)

    popular child actress of the 1930's (born in 1928)

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, blackness, blackamoor, lightlessness, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, unsarcastic, diluted, light-skinned, uncolored, legal, fortunate, unangry(p), dilute, overt, good, light, honourable, open, honorable, albescent, Caucasian, uncoloured, clean, Caucasoid, hopeful

  5. Black, Black person, blackamoor, Negro, Negroid(noun)

    a person with dark skin who comes from Africa (or whose ancestors came from Africa)

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, blackness, blackamoor, lightlessness, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, light, Caucasian, overt, uncolored, honorable, open, good, light-skinned, albescent, fortunate, honourable, diluted, unangry(p), unsarcastic, dilute, uncoloured, Caucasoid, clean, hopeful, legal

  6. black(noun)

    (board games) the darker pieces

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, blackness, blackamoor, lightlessness, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, light, honourable, Caucasian, overt, dilute, open, unangry(p), honorable, diluted, unsarcastic, hopeful, Caucasoid, clean, uncolored, uncoloured, albescent, good, light-skinned, fortunate, legal

  7. black(adj)

    black clothing (worn as a sign of mourning)

    "the widow wore black"

    Synonyms:
    inkiness, pitch blackness, blackness, blackamoor, lightlessness, total darkness

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, hopeful, light-skinned, honorable, legal, Caucasian, honourable, dilute, overt, fortunate, albescent, good, light, Caucasoid, clean, diluted, uncolored, unangry(p), open, unsarcastic, uncoloured

  8. black(adj)

    being of the achromatic color of maximum darkness; having little or no hue owing to absorption of almost all incident light

    "black leather jackets"; "as black as coal"; "rich black soil"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, light-skinned, clean, honourable, hopeful, light, dilute, Caucasoid, unsarcastic, good, legal, overt, unangry(p), uncoloured, open, Caucasian, uncolored, honorable, fortunate, albescent, diluted

  9. black(adj)

    of or belonging to a racial group having dark skin especially of sub-Saharan African origin

    "a great people--a black people--...injected new meaning and dignity into the veins of civilization"- Martin Luther King Jr.

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, honorable, legal, honourable, uncoloured, albescent, fortunate, light-skinned, dilute, uncolored, clean, unsarcastic, good, unangry(p), light, diluted, Caucasian, Caucasoid, hopeful, open, overt

  10. black(adj)

    marked by anger or resentment or hostility

    "black looks"; "black words"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, unangry(p), dilute, honorable, uncolored, legal, albescent, honourable, light-skinned, uncoloured, hopeful, good, Caucasian, unsarcastic, fortunate, diluted, clean, overt, Caucasoid, open, light

  11. black, bleak, dim(adj)

    offering little or no hope

    "the future looked black"; "prospects were bleak"; "Life in the Aran Islands has always been bleak and difficult"- J.M.Synge; "took a dim view of things"

    Synonyms:
    blackened, cutting, fatal, subdued, bootleg, faint, disgraceful, slow, calamitous, dumb, dark, dense, bare, raw, fateful, wispy, smuggled, inglorious, desolate, dim, pitch-dark, pitch-black, grim, mordant, stark, dull, contraband, dimmed, shameful, disastrous, smutty, shadowy, barren, ignominious, vague, bleak, black-market, opprobrious, obtuse, sinister

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, albescent, honourable, Caucasian, light-skinned, clean, diluted, dilute, hopeful, overt, honorable, legal, fortunate, open, uncoloured, good, unsarcastic, light, unangry(p), Caucasoid, uncolored

  12. black, dark, sinister(adj)

    stemming from evil characteristics or forces; wicked or dishonorable

    "black deeds"; "a black lie"; "his black heart has concocted yet another black deed"; "Darth Vader of the dark side"; "a dark purpose"; "dark undercurrents of ethnic hostility"; "the scheme of some sinister intelligence bent on punishing him"-Thomas Hardy

    Synonyms:
    blackened, ominous, sullen, bootleg, black-market, disgraceful, calamitous, forbidding, dismal, dark, moody, non-white, disconsolate, threatening, coloured, glum, fatal, dark-skinned, fateful, baleful, smuggled, inglorious, menacing, dim, pitch-dark, glowering, minatory, obscure, sour, pitch-black, grim, mordant, drab, benighted, contraband, shameful, saturnine, disastrous, smutty, ignominious, sorry, gloomy, morose, bleak, dingy, dreary, dour, drear, opprobrious, minacious, blue, sinister

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, legal, open, albescent, Caucasoid, diluted, hopeful, light-skinned, honourable, clean, Caucasian, overt, unsarcastic, light, unangry(p), honorable, good, uncoloured, uncolored, fortunate, dilute

  13. black, calamitous, disastrous, fatal, fateful(adj)

    (of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin

    "the stock market crashed on Black Friday"; "a calamitous defeat"; "the battle was a disastrous end to a disastrous campaign"; "such doctrines, if true, would be absolutely fatal to my theory"- Charles Darwin; "it is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it"- Douglas MacArthur; "a fateful error"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, portentous, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, foreboding(a), smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, light, honourable, unsarcastic, albescent, Caucasian, open, diluted, honorable, clean, light-skinned, uncoloured, dilute, fortunate, Caucasoid, hopeful, unangry(p), legal, uncolored, good, overt

  14. black, blackened(adj)

    (of the face) made black especially as with suffused blood

    "a face black with fury"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, honorable, good, diluted, unsarcastic, clean, hopeful, unangry(p), fortunate, legal, uncoloured, Caucasian, honourable, overt, Caucasoid, light, albescent, light-skinned, dilute, uncolored, open

  15. black, pitch-black, pitch-dark(adj)

    extremely dark

    "a black moonless night"; "through the pitch-black woods"; "it was pitch-dark in the cellar"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, light, Caucasian, uncoloured, fortunate, overt, light-skinned, hopeful, honourable, uncolored, albescent, good, honorable, diluted, dilute, unsarcastic, open, unangry(p), legal, Caucasoid, clean

  16. black, grim, mordant(adj)

    harshly ironic or sinister

    "black humor"; "a grim joke"; "grim laughter"; "fun ranging from slapstick clowning ... to savage mordant wit"

    Synonyms:
    blackened, dispirited, opprobrious, bootleg, black-market, disgraceful, calamitous, macabre, dismal, dark, sick, disconsolate, fateful, down in the mouth, unforgiving, low, smuggled, unrelenting, inglorious, stern, dim, pitch-dark, fatal, unappeasable, gruesome, ghastly, pitch-black, downhearted, grim, low-spirited, mordant, down(p), dour, downcast, contraband, erosive, shameful, disastrous, smutty, relentless, corrosive, forbidding, ignominious, sorry, vitriolic, gloomy, drab, bleak, depressed, dingy, inexorable, dreary, drear, grisly, caustic, blue, sinister

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, light, uncolored, overt, legal, hopeful, unangry(p), honourable, good, dilute, diluted, albescent, fortunate, open, Caucasoid, Caucasian, honorable, clean, unsarcastic, uncoloured, light-skinned

  17. black(adj)

    (of intelligence operations) deliberately misleading

    "black propaganda"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, uncolored, honourable, diluted, overt, light-skinned, legal, unangry(p), hopeful, Caucasian, fortunate, good, light, unsarcastic, albescent, open, Caucasoid, clean, honorable, uncoloured, dilute

  18. bootleg, black, black-market, contraband, smuggled(adj)

    distributed or sold illicitly

    "the black economy pays no taxes"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, blackened, inglorious, grim, calamitous, fatal, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, albescent, overt, good, light, uncolored, light-skinned, diluted, hopeful, uncoloured, fortunate, unangry(p), Caucasoid, clean, unsarcastic, open, legal, Caucasian, honourable, dilute, honorable

  19. black, disgraceful, ignominious, inglorious, opprobrious, shameful(adj)

    (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame

    "Man...has written one of his blackest records as a destroyer on the oceanic islands"- Rachel Carson; "an ignominious retreat"; "inglorious defeat"; "an opprobrious monument to human greed"; "a shameful display of cowardice"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, scurrilous, grim, calamitous, abusive, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, scandalous, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, shocking, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, uncoloured, Caucasian, uncolored, open, fortunate, light-skinned, hopeful, overt, unangry(p), good, unsarcastic, honorable, diluted, albescent, clean, legal, dilute, light, honourable, Caucasoid

  20. black(adj)

    (of coffee) without cream or sugar

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, dark, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, honourable, Caucasian, clean, uncoloured, dilute, fortunate, uncolored, Caucasoid, hopeful, unsarcastic, honorable, good, light, light-skinned, unangry(p), open, diluted, overt, legal, albescent

  21. black, smutty(verb)

    soiled with dirt or soot

    "with feet black from playing outdoors"; "his shirt was black within an hour"

    Synonyms:
    pitch-dark, black-market, cruddy, shameful, dim, fatal, inglorious, grim, calamitous, blackened, fateful, nasty, dark, filthy, sinister, opprobrious, bootleg, disgraceful, smutty, contraband, pitch-black, smuggled, foul, ignominious, disastrous, bleak, mordant

    Antonyms:
    whiteness, white, honorable, hopeful, unsarcastic, open, fortunate, overt, unangry(p), dilute, light, albescent, uncolored, Caucasian, clean, honourable, Caucasoid, uncoloured, legal, diluted, good, light-skinned

  22. blacken, melanize, melanise, nigrify, black(verb)

    make or become black

    "The smoke blackened the ceiling"; "The ceiling blackened"

    Synonyms:
    scorch, melanize, blacken, sear, nigrify, melanise, char

    Antonyms:
    white, whiteness, honorable, uncoloured, overt, uncolored, dilute, honourable, hopeful, unsarcastic, albescent, fortunate, light, legal, light-skinned, Caucasoid, good, diluted, open, Caucasian, unangry(p), clean

Wiktionary

  1. black(noun)

    Synonyms:
    blacklist, darken, blackball, blacken, gloomy, dark, pitch-black

    Antonyms:
    white, lit, bright, illuminate

  2. black(adjective)

    At this point black makes a disastrous move.

    Antonyms:
    white

  3. black(adjective)

    To make black, to blacken.

    Synonyms:
    pitch-black, dark, gloomy, blacklist, blackball, blacken, darken

    Antonyms:
    white, illuminate, bright, lit

  4. black(adjective)

    To apply blacking to something.

    Synonyms:
    dark, gloomy, pitch-black, blackball, blacklist, darken, blacken

    Antonyms:
    illuminate, bright, white, lit

  5. black(adjective)

    To boycott something or someone, usually as part of an industrial dispute.

    Synonyms:
    gloomy, pitch-black, dark, blackball, darken, blacklist, blacken

    Antonyms:
    lit, bright, illuminate, white

  6. black(adjective)

    Black cloth hung up at funerals.

    Synonyms:
    pitch-black, dark, gloomy

    Antonyms:
    lit, illuminate, white, bright

  7. black(adjective)

    A person of African descent, Aborigine or Maori.

    Synonyms:
    gloomy, dark, pitch-black

    Antonyms:
    illuminate, bright, lit, white

  8. black(adjective)

    The black ball.

    Synonyms:
    gloomy, pitch-black, dark

    Antonyms:
    white, lit, bright, illuminate

  9. black(adjective)

    The edge of home plate

    Jim drinks his coffee black, but Ellen prefers it with creamer.

    Synonyms:
    dark, gloomy, pitch-black

    Antonyms:
    white, bright, illuminate, lit

  10. black(adjective)

    a type of firecracker that is really more dark brown in colour.

    The black pieces in this set are in fact made of dark blue glass.

    Synonyms:
    pitch-black, gloomy, dark

    Antonyms:
    white, lit, bright, illuminate

  11. black(noun)

    blackcurrant syrup (in mixed drinks, e.g. snakebite and black, cider and black).

    After the election, the parties united in a black-yellow alliance.

    Synonyms:
    pitch-black, gloomy, dark

    Antonyms:
    illuminate, bright, white, lit

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. black

    Strictly, that which is black is absolutely destitute of color; that which is dark is absolutely destitute of light. In common speech, however, a coat is black, tho not optically colorless; the night is dark, tho the stars shine. That is obscure, shadowy, or shady from which the light is more or less cut off. Dusky is applied to objects which appear as if viewed in fading light; the word is often used, as are swart and swarthy, of the human skin when quite dark, or even verging toward black. Dim refers to imperfection of outline, from distance, darkness, mist, etc., or from some defect of vision. Opaque objects, as smoked glass, are impervious to light. Murky is said of that which is at once dark, obscure, and gloomy; as, a murky den; a murky sky. Figuratively, dark is emblematic of sadness, agreeing with somber, dismal, gloomy, also of moral evil; as, a dark deed. Of intellectual matters, dark is now rarely used in the old sense of a dark saying, etc. See MYSTERIOUS; OBSCURE.

    Compare synonyms for LIGHT.

    Synonyms:
    dark, dim, dismal, dusky, gloomy, murky, mysterious, obscure, opaque, sable, shadowy, shady, somber, swart, swarthy

    Antonyms:
    bright, brilliant, clear, crystalline, dazzling, gleaming, glowing, illumined, light, lucid, luminous, radiant, shining, transparent, white

Editors Contribution

  1. melony

    melony [mel-ony] as a girls' name is a greek name, and the name melony means "black, dark". melony is an alternate form of melanie (greek). associated with greek, black.

    Submitted by rinat on September 10, 2019  

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. black(a.)

    Synonyms:
    dark, ebon, inky, atramentous, swarthy, murky, dusky, pitchy, dingy, cimmerian

  2. black(a.)

    Synonyms:
    wicked, atrocious, villanous, heinous, flagitious, diabolic, infernal, hellish, outrageous, monstrous, horrible

  3. black(n.)

    Synonyms:
    black color

  4. black(n.)

    Synonyms:
    mourning, black garment

  5. black(n.)

    Synonyms:
    negro, blackamoor, black man

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. black(a)

    Synonyms:
    sable, ebon, inky, stygian, cimmerian, lowering, murky, ethiopian, papuan, negro

  2. black(n)

    Synonyms:
    stain, smooch, ethiopian, papuan, negro

Nicknames

  1. List of known nicknames for "Black":

    Colin Vearncombe, Vearncombe, Colin, Derek Woods

How to pronounce black?

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Alex
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Daniel
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Karen
Karen
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Veena
Veena
Indian

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How to use black in a sentence?

  1. RAS CARDO REGGAE:

    ***(C)(P) MY REGGAE WAS CREATED TO TEACH THE MESSAGE OF TRUTH TO THE PEOPLE , ESPECIALLY THE YOUTHS. JAMAICAN YOUTHS AND OTHERS ALL OVER THE WORLD FACE A MOST DAUNTING AND DOUBTING FUTURE BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT KNOW THE TRUE HISTORY FROM WHICH THEY CAME. BLACK PEOPLE HAVE BEEN MIS -EDUCATED FOR YEARS. HOW MANY BLACK YOUTHS TODAY IN AMERICA KNOW ABOUT THE 1811-SLAVE REVOLT IN THE LOUISIANA -MANCHAR SWAMP? HOW MANY KNEW THAT -CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS- DID NOT DISCOVER AMERICA? HOW MANY YOUTHS IN JAMAICA KNEW THAT COLUMBUS DID NOT DISCOVER JAMAICA? AND WHAT ABOUT THE SLAVE REBELLION IN MORANT BAY? IF WE LOSE OUR HISTORY, WE LOSE OURSELVES AND IDENTITY AS A PEOPLE. MY REGGAE TEACHES THE PEOPLE.

  2. Fransiskus Bambang Soelistyo:

    The divers are tying the tail with straps and then we will try [to lift the tail] two ways - floating balloons combined with cranes, so that the tail sector wouldn't be damaged, because we assume the black box is in the tail sector.

  3. African American:

    For the black community especially, this is a man who was an elder statesman who made the decision to be the number two to the first black man running for the office, speaking of privilege and ego, not a lot of people would do that.

  4. Shannon Gaggero:

    I hope to teach our kids that with privilege comes responsibility, people are fighting for justice all around us. Our job is to lift up the amazing work of black and brown led organizations and figure out the best way to support them.

  5. Michael Bennett:

    I felt helpless as I lay there on the ground handcuffed facing the real-life threat of being killed. All I could think was ‘I’m going to die for no other reason than I am black and my skin color is somehow a threat.’.


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    Which of the following words is not a synonym of the others?
    • A. harmlessly
    • B. noxiously
    • C. harmfully
    • D. detrimentally

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