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Definition of "blacked" []

  • Of the colour of jet or carbon black, having no hue due to the absorption of all or nearly all incident light (adjective)
  • Without light; completely dark (adjective)
  • Without hope or alleviation; gloomy (adjective)
  • Very dirty or soiled (adjective)
  • Angry or resentful (adjective)
  • (of a play or other work) dealing with the unpleasant realities of life, esp in a pessimistic or macabre manner (adjective)
  • (of coffee or tea) without milk or cream (adjective)
  • Causing, resulting from, or showing great misfortune (adjective)
  • Wicked or harmful (adjective)
  • (in combination) (adjective)
  • Causing or deserving dishonour or censure (adjective)
  • (of the face) purple, as from suffocation (adjective)
  • (of goods, jobs, works, etc) being subject to boycott by trade unionists, esp in support of industrial action elsewhere (adjective)
  • A black colour (noun)
  • A dye or pigment of or producing this colour (noun)
  • Black clothing, worn esp as a sign of mourning (noun)
  • A black or dark-coloured piece or square (noun)
  • The player playing with such pieces (noun)
  • Complete darkness (noun)
  • A black ball in snooker, etc (noun)
  • (in roulette and other gambling games) one of two colours on which players may place even bets, the other being red (noun)
  • A black ring on a target, between the outer and the blue, scoring three points (noun)
  • To polish (shoes, etc) with blacking (verb)
  • To bruise so as to make black (verb)
  • (of trade unionists) to organize a boycott of (specified goods, jobs, work, etc), esp in support of industrial action elsewhere (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of black. (verb)

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Use "blacked" in a sentence
  • "We can fake the Oath, reads an email from a @sunmedia.ca email address, the name blacked out of the document."
  • "We might say, for example, that Gaskin blacked out for lack of oxygen when he inhaled and stood in the same motion."
  • "Sarah Palin, went on a-- I assume you know this -- went on a vacation -- you can look at the picture there -- to Hawaii and wore a sun visor with your name blacked out in magic marker."