black arts movement
Black Arts Movement (BAM)
Also, black as coal or pitch. Totally black; also, very dark. For example, The well was black as night, or She had eyes that were black as coal. These similes have survived while others—black as ink, a raven, thunder, hell, the devil, my hat, the minister’s coat, the ace of spades—are seldom if ever heard […]
See under lemon sole. any of various popular food flatfishes, as Parophrys vetulus of the Pacific (English sole) and Pseudopleuronectes americanus of the Atlantic (winter flounder or blackback flounder) noun a European flatfish, Microstomus kitt, with a variegated brown body: highly valued as a food fish: family Pleuronectidae
any of several white gulls, as Larus marinus (great black-backed gull) having a black back and wings. Historical Examples The Sailor’s Word-Book William Henry Smyth Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North Fullerton Waldo Johnstone of the Border Harold Bindloss noun either of two common black-and-white European coastal gulls, Larus fuscus (lesser black-backed gull) and L. marinus […]
of, relating to, or distributing money for expenses that has been diverted from the regular budget: Black-bag funds have paid for much overseas travel by the military.