pitch black


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Noun1.pitch black - a very dark blackpitch black - a very dark black      
black, blackness, inkiness - the quality or state of the achromatic color of least lightness (bearing the least resemblance to white)
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The white-hot glare of a gin palace a good way off made the intervening piece of the street pitch black.
Our captain has his birth-mark; look yonder, boys, there's another in the sky --lurid-like, ye see, all else pitch black.
Tokyo is pitch black in colour, albeit with a reddish hue, if you can find a strong enough light to shine through this viscous beer.
But, unfortunately, the pitch black and chillingly cold site is off limits to the public and most of the alcohol is too strong to drink.
Accompanied by wife Kim Kardashian-West-who was dressed in a wine-red coat, top and pants-the show was pitch black at the start, with views of the unusually small crowd obstructed by his giant video projection 'box.
David Kettrick and Aidan Morris, both 21, wandered for miles in the pitch black for 90 minutes before they realised they were lost.
Air Forces largest training activity for the year, Exercise Pitch Black 2016, has drawn to a close with a ceremony at RAAF Base Darwin to thank all of the Australian and international exercise participants.
He said that although the ride cannot be used in the dark, he wanted to give people the feel of riding in the pitch black.
1 Dance and House Club 'Ministry of Sound' to launch three exciting new flavours Live Wire, Pitch Black and Blue Shock.
I hoped I could glide to the runway (4), but once I down to what I thought was about 1000 feet agl, I saw tree tops-remember, it was a pitch black night-close below.
It was just pitch black down there in about 8 to 10m of water," Keith recalled.
Passengers described the pitch black station as "really eerie" with passengers unsure of where to catch their trains.