chloriodized

chlor·i·o·dized

(klōr-ī'ō-dīzd),
Containing both chlorine and iodine.
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Third among the harpooneers was Daggoo, a gigantic, coal-black negro-savage, with a lion-like tread --an Ahasuerus to behold.
He had black, fiery eyes, coal-black hair, a strong, fine Roman profile, and a rich brown complexion.
Upon my word, Basil, I didn't know you were so vain; and I really can't see any resemblance between you, with your rugged strong face and your coal-black hair, and this young Adonis, who looks as if he was made out of ivory and rose-leaves.
This was a small man, very pale and dark, with coal-black eyes.
I could see from the flash of our lamps as the rays fell on them, that the horses were coal-black and splendid animals.
The coal-black hair, large bright, glittering eyes, in which a wild, unearthly fire seems burning, -- the same ghastly paleness.
Scattered here and there are two or three dusky figures, clad in mantles of fur, with ornaments of bone hanging from their ears, and the feathers of wild birds in their coal-black hair.
It may have been his extreme good-nature, the serious, unsmiling good-nature of a fat, swarthy man with coal-black moustache and steady eyes; but he might have been a bit of a diplomatist, too.
But the coal-black Celt with the second-sight did not see fit to reply till he had tapped Dan on the shoulder, and for the twentieth time croaked the old, old prophecy in his ear:
But Georgiana had no sooner touched the flower than the whole plant suffered a blight, its leaves turning coal-black as if by the agency of fire.
A hound it was, an enormous coal-black hound, but not such a hound as mortal eyes have ever seen.
As the eyes became more used to the obscurity one learned that there were different degrees of darkness among the trees--that some were dimly visible, while between and among them there were coal-black shadowed patches, like the mouths of caves, from which I shrank in horror as I passed.