Black woman


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Noun1.Black woman - a woman who is BlackBlack woman - a woman who is Black      
Black person, blackamoor, Negro, Negroid, Black - a person with dark skin who comes from Africa (or whose ancestors came from Africa)
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
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As for the big black woman, she was evidently connected in some way to the girl, and so he liked her, also.
Instinctively the girl shuddered, and shrank closer to the black woman.
Jane stooped to grasp the black woman by the shoulder.
He cast quick, fearful glances about, and then, evidently assured that Naratu had noticed nothing, he ordered the warrior who was still holding the infuriated black woman from the white girl to take the latter back to her hut and to remain there on guard over her.
He was carried home in a dying condition, and as he lay on his death-bed the black woman appeared and said: 'So the Sun has, after all, found someone, who was not under the Fairy's spell, who has caused your death.
Also, they were to have assistance in capturing the woman, or rather women, for when Momulla had learned that there was a black woman in the other camp he had insisted that she be brought along as well as the white woman.
Porter, Miss Porter, and that enormous black woman, Miss Porter's maid--Esmeralda, you will recall.
Dorcas, the black woman, is very good and nice; she takes care of the Lieutenant-General, and is Brigadier-General Alison's mother, which makes her mother-in-law to the Lieutenant-General.
He saw the old man asking questions of the black woman, and then he saw the latter point toward a secluded corner of the village which was hidden from the main street by the tents of the Arabs and the huts of the natives in the direction of the tree beneath which the little girl played.
As the boat stopped, a black woman came running wildly up the plank, darted into the crowd, flew up to where the slave gang sat, and threw her arms round that unfortunate piece of merchandise before enumerate--"John, aged thirty," and with sobs and tears bemoaned him as her husband.
In responding to Akua Djanie's article, "The Black Woman and the Beauty Myth" (NA Dec 2013), Rebecca Stevens said, "weaving has nothing to do with the opinion I have of myself or my hair for that matter".
Dillon specifically stated that possession of "white" features are what he believes make black women attractive, and like many other respondents, offered Alicia Keys, who is multiracial black and white, as the ideal black woman.