In the center of a black disc she saw only the mocking eyes and evil face of Mullendore.
Under her a long band of gold barred the black disc of the sea.
Then a kind of black disc appeared in the middle of the world and rushed out to the edge of things and blotted them out.
The black disc of the immense muzzle pointed squarely at them.
His eyes were disproportionately large, and the black disc of pupil in the white corneas was intensified by contrast.
The experimentalist stands at the back of the instrument, and can see the sky only through the apertures in the black disc.
Men looking up, near blinded, at the star, saw that a black disc was creeping across the light.
Perhaps one black disc of your beastly glasses is quite close and another fifty miles away.
It is a kind of aureole, or halo, pearly white in colour, which is seen to surround the black disc of the moon.
Gradually the black spot steals in front of the sun, until, after nearly half an hour, the black disc is entirely visible.