ivory black


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ivory black

n.
A black pigment prepared from charred ivory.
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ivory black

n
(Dyeing) a black pigment obtained by grinding charred scraps of ivory in oil
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i′vory black′


n.
a fine black pigment made by calcining ivory.
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Noun1.ivory black - a black pigment made from grinding burnt ivory in oilivory black - a black pigment made from grinding burnt ivory in oil
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
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