The phosphorus of the waves as they foam and curl is a slight aid, and a true mariner always feels that he can see enough in the blackest night that good God ever made.
The way in which he came to me is full of terrible memories, and it all happened on the blackest day of my life--the hard life of a lonely boy on a Kansas claim.
One fighter was a murderer by trade, his hand steady for the blackest deeds, and here was a man he had waited long months to destroy.
In order, he says, that some other clear-eyed spectator of the nightmare of existence may gain a forlorn comfort from it, since he will know that a comrade before him has likewise seen things at their blackest and worst.
That he would not hastily impute the blackest of crimes, that he would not couple my name with infamy, and cover me with ruin for inadequate or slight reasons, might reasonably have been expected.
But his imagination was too much heated by a guilty passion of the blackest hue to recede; and his nature too presumptuous and fertile in expedients to be disconcerted.
Even long before she touched the pinnacle of her grandeur as governess of the royal children the blackest calumny began to show itself in prints, caricatures, songs, and pamphlets of every description.
He had passed through moments of blackest agony, of wild rebellion against the doom in store for him.
The Monday morning on which his client received the major's letter was the blackest Monday that had yet been marked in Pedgift's calendar.
I insist on asserting, sir, that we have got one of the blackest of the lot to deal with in this case.
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