Search Result for "black-and-white":
1. lacking hue or shades of grey; part white and part black;
- Example: "a black-and-white cow"
- Example: "black-and-white blooms"
- Example: "black-and-white stripes"
2. not having or not capable of producing colors;
- Example: "black-and-white film"
- Example: "a black-and-white TV"
- Example: "the movie was in black and white"
[syn: black-and-white, black and white(p)]
3. of a situation that is sharply divided into mutually exclusive categories;
- Example: "he rejected a black-and-white world"
- Example: "there are no black-and-white certainties"
- Example: "there were no grey areas, you were either for him or against him, he was all black-and-white"
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
black-and-white \black-and-white\, black and white \black and white\n. print or writing, especially the result of the printing process. Syn: print. [WordNet 1.5] black-and-whiteThe Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
black-and-white \black-and-white\, black and white \black and white\adj. (Photography, Imaging; Printing) depicted only in black and white colors, or in shades of gray; also called monochromatic and monochrome; -- of images. Opposite of color or in color, and contrasting with polychrome technicolor three-color; as, a black-and-white TV; black-and-white film; the movie "Schindler's List" was shot in black and white. Syn: black and white, monochromatic, monochrome. [WordNet 1.5]