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jet-black

[ jet-blak ]
/ ˈdʒɛtˈblæk /
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adjective

deep-black: jet-black hair.

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Origin of jet-black

First recorded in 1475–85
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British Dictionary definitions for jet-black

jet black

noun

  1. a deep black colour
  2. (as adjective)jet-black hair
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