Ebony and White


Ebony adjective - Having the color of soot or coal.
Usage example: the ebony loudspeakers on their chrome stands look very sleek and modern
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Synonyms for Ebony

White is an antonym for ebony in black topic.


White adjective - Lacking an addition of color.

Ebony is an antonym for white.

Nearby Words: whit, whiten, whitish, whiting, whitened

Both words in one sentence

  • Comic Book / De cape et de crocs Deliberate Values Dissonance: Bombastus claims that the white-skinned savages are obviously more open to discussion than their copper or ebony-skinned brethren.
  • One of Will Eisner's few mistakes with The Spirit was Ebony White, a highly stereotyped black kid who drove the Spirit's cab.
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