English version

coal-black

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcoal-blackˌcoal-ˈblack adjective  very dark black coal-black eyes
Examples from the Corpus
coal-blackThe man who stood there was dark with coal-black eyes.A beautiful coal-black face, strong, intense, with a thin, carefully trimmed mustache.Chapter Thirteen Lou had allowed her coal-black hair to grow into a softer, more feminine style that flattered her small features.Only the odd light burned, a warning to any other craft travelling the canals on the coal-black night.Orange flames burst from the root of his right wing and billowed back toward the tail, turning into coal-black smoke.They were wrapped in coal-black tissue paper that rustled when she touched it.
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