Examples of black sheep in a Sentence
She was the black sheep of the family.
Recent Examples of black sheep from the Web
The 2018 cycle was likely to be a black sheep of sorts for the Michigan staff after signing a laundry list of four-star prospects in the 2016 and 2017 class.
But its lackluster driving dynamics don’t match up with the athletic ATS, CTS, and CT6 sedans, and its cabin doesn’t pamper occupants quite like the Escalade’s does, making the XT5 a sort of black sheep in the Cadillac family.
Page will play Vanya, the black sheep of her dysfunctional family.
The show’s other big name is James Franco, playing identical twins: Vincent, a hardworking barkeep, and Frankie, a hard-gambling black sheep.
Iraq, which Morse said might lose more investments because of its unappealing contractual terms for oil companies, has been the black sheep in the OPEC herd with regard to the production cuts.
Already a black sheep in the eyes of some Impressionists at the time of their inaugural show in 1874, Degas only courted more controversy in the years following.
Qatar has long been the black sheep of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
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BLACK SHEEP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of black sheep for English Language Learners
: someone who does not fit in with the rest of a group and is often considered to be a troublemaker or an embarrassment
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