dark-colored dark-colored


  • (adj) having a dark color


  1. Rats, among other species, have a far greater capacity to cope with excess calories than we do because they have more of a dark-colored tissue called brown fat.
  2. In that photo, the accuser is shown in a black or dark-colored car, which matches a description of the car defense and prosecution sources say dropped her off at the party.
  3. Directly in front of the speeding vehicle, they said, was a dark-colored sedan moving at normal speed.


  1. Pittsfield High students relate personal tales in project

    Pittsfield High School sophomore Madison Mayer has dark hair, wears dark eyeliner and often a dark-colored band T-shirt. She may only offer words to a few select and close people in her life on any given day.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Berkshire Eagle

  2. He’s Crazy About Tiffany’s! Thief Steals $100,000 in Necklaces From Jewelry Icon

    (Getty Images) It should have taken him at least four seconds to walk from the counter to the door, but this bandit did it in two. One dark, handsome, rich-looking man with passionate natures and too many teeth is wanted for pocketing $100,000 worth of necklaces from Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue store. The thief, wearing a dark-colored suit and tie, swiped the duds around 3 p.m. yesterday, police said ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The New York Observer

  3. Two Strangers Help Man Abandoned after Being Hit by a Car

    ROSEVILLE - A driver in a dark-colored car hit a man and then drove off in Roseville early Tuesday morning, according to CHP. The hit and run happened on Watt Avenue near PFE Road around 3:30 a.m. Witness Heath Dougherty …
    on June 11, 2013     Source: FOX40 Sacramento


  1. "The individual (on the bicycle) was wearing a hood and dark-colored clothing, also carrying a backpack. He did not see the individual's face," Kelly said.
    on Mar 7, 2008 By: Raymond Kelly Source: NBC Sandiego.com

  2. "I was no longer part of the solution, I was part of the problem," Skilling said. "I was looking at the business with dark-colored glasses."
    on Apr 10, 2006 By: Jeffrey Skilling Source: Houston Chronicle

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