And weirdly enough it did suggest those same towering masses of masonry when one sees them blacken against the twilight skies.
blacken your face and fast really, that the Master of Life may have pity on you and me, and on us all.
The desire to blacken his own character was reserved for those occasions when, as he well knew, there would be most publicity.
I will not blacken any man's reputation to further my own interests.
Tear me away, I say: the veins rise; they blacken; they are filling with new blood.
I'll no let any one blacken the memory o' Thomas Macalister.
The vast flocks that blacken the skies for a few short weeks in November disappear as suddenly as they come.
It will burn and blacken outside, which is of no consequence.
I will content myself with a word or two, and will not blacken further the pages of my Memoirs.
It is best not to use an iron point for this, as iron is apt to blacken the leather.