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ink·y

 (ĭng′kē)
adj. ink·i·er, ink·i·est
1. Having the color of India ink; black or very dark: the inky night sky.
2. Colored or stained with ink: inky fingertips.

ink′i·ness n.

inky

(ˈɪŋkɪ)
adj, inkier or inkiest
1. resembling ink, esp in colour; dark or black
2. of, containing, or stained with ink: inky fingers.
ˈinkiness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inky - of the color of black ink
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"

inky

adjective
1. black, dark, jet, murky, raven, ebony, sable, dusky, pitch-black, stygian, coal-black the inky black of night see shades from black to white
2. ink-stained, stained, ink-covered inky fingers and occasional blots

inky

adjective
Of the darkest achromatic visual value:
Translations
أسْوَد كالحِبْرمُلَطَّخ بالحِبْر
inkoustovýpotřísněný inkoustem
bælgmørkttilsværtet
tintafeketetintás
blek-blekugur
atramentovýzamazaný od atramentu
kapkaramürekkepli

inky

[ˈɪŋkɪ] ADJ (lit) [page, fingers] → manchado de tinta (fig) [darkness] → profundo

inky

[ˈɪŋki] adjtaché(e) d'encre

inky

adj (+er)
(lit)tintenbeschmiert, voller Tinte; inky fingersTintenfinger pl; inky newspapervon Druckerschwärze strotzende Zeitung; inky smellGeruch mvon Druckerschwärze
(fig) darkness, nighttintenschwarz; blue, blacktintig

inky

[ˈɪŋkɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → macchiato/a or sporco/a d'inchiostro (fig) (darkness) → nero/a come l'inchiostro

ink

(iŋk) noun
a black or coloured liquid used in writing, printing etc. Please sign your name in ink rather than pencil; I spilt red ink all over my dress.
ˈinky adjective
1. covered with ink. inky fingers; Don't touch that wall – your hands are inky.
2. like ink; black or very dark. inky blackness.
ˈinkpot, ˈinkwell nouns
a small pot for ink.
References in classic literature ?
The top of one pinnacle took the shapely, clean-cut form of a rabbit's head, in the inkiest silhouette, while it rested against the moon.
Sleeping in the back of my truck we watched foxes play as the sun set, marvelled at the shooting stars against the inkiest of skies and then watched the sun rise over the still sleeping valleys.
Think deep charcoal greys, mossy greens, the inkiest of blues, and if you are in a particularly adventurous mood, try black.