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pitch–black

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adjective \ˈpich-ˈblak\

Simple Definition of pitch–black

  • : very dark or black

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of pitch–black

  1. :  extremely dark or black

1599

First Known Use of pitch–black

1599


PITCH–BLACK Defined for Kids

pitch–black

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adjective \ˈpich-ˈblak\

Definition of pitch–black for Students

  1. :  extremely dark or black <a pitch-black night>




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