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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpitch-blackˌpitch-ˈblack adjective  DARKcompletely black or dark The lights were off and it was pitch-black.pitch-black noun [uncountable]
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pitch-blackIt was pitch-black and still oppressively hot.At first she found the pitch-black darkness of the Motabeng night terrifying.He drove over, parked the car on a pitch-black Kelly Street.Lucky had run away from them on a pitch-black night in August.It was pitch-black outside.In October, put the plant in a pitch-black room for 14 hours a day.When we draw up in a pitch-black stonewalled alley I wonder about his reaction.Normally the snow looks light against the pitch-black trees, but today even the snow was almost black.The curious little craft, with its extraordinary crew, slowly edged its way across the pitch-black waters.
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