“blackness is another issue entirely apart from class in America,” Proctor said.
When you are firing out at night, the red tracers go out into the blackness as if you were drawing with a light pen.
The blackness of this past Friday could really be the color of any old day of the American week.
Smaller bands of green sashayed out again, taking different shapes in unexpected quadrants of blackness.
I felt this by the blackness which surrounded me, and at the same instant I read it in his face.
Ivory Black is made from ivory and bone charred to blackness.
blackness had descended on them again, except for the dull glow of K.'s old pipe.
Then the orange and crimson changed to purple, deepening and deepening into blackness until day was done.
All this must not be eclipsed in the blackness of the Black Country.
Through the tall open windows the wind brought the warm night in with a soft rush of blackness.