Black and White
Opposite meaning words
Black adjective - Having the color of soot or coal.
Usage example: a little black dress blends into the night very well
White adjective - Being of the achromatic color of maximum lightness; having little or no hue owing to reflection of almost all incident light.
Usage example: a bride's white dress
Both words in one sentence
- You can also see the black and white objects just fine, you just can't tell if they are black or white.
Source: Chess with Death
- The black and white spirits are not inherently good or evil, and are not always completely white or black (Iki, the white spirit wolf, is off white, and the white spirit raven is black feathered).
Source: Webcomic / Off-White
- When police cars were introduced they were black and white or black and blue.
Source: Panda-ing to the Audience
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