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30 Definitions of Blackly

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  • v.- if a trade union blacks goods or a company, it refuses to work with them
  • adj.- having the darkest colour, like coal or night
  • n.- the dark colour of coal or night
  • -.- (1943–) a British entertainer from Liverpool. She was a successful pop singer in the 1960s, and was the presenter of a popular television show called Blind Date from 1985 until 2003.
  • n.- the variety of English spoken by some African-American people in the US
  • n.- jokes or funny stories that deal with the unpleasant parts of human life
  • -.- a popular type of chocolates sold in the UK in a black box
  • -.- the title of one of the officials who takes part in the ceremony for opening the British Parliament each year. He wears special old-fashioned clothes, and his job is to go to the House of Commons and tell its members to come to the House of Lords so that they can hear the Queen's speech.
  • n.- Wednesday September 16, 1992, when the British pound was separated from the EXCHANGE RATE MECHANISM, and its value fell by a large amount
  • n.- the first British stamp for sticking on envelopes. It was introduced in 1840, and its value was one penny, which was the cost of sending a letter by post in Britain. The stamp shows the head of Queen victoria on a dark background, and stamp collectors consider it to be very important, although it is not the rarest British stamp.
  • v.- if a trade union blacks goods or a company, it refuses to work with them
  • adj.- having the darkest colour, like coal or night
  • n.- the dark colour of coal or night
  • -.- (1943–) a British entertainer from Liverpool. She was a successful pop singer in the 1960s, and was the presenter of a popular television show called Blind Date from 1985 until 2003.
  • n.- the variety of English spoken by some African-American people in the US
  • n.- jokes or funny stories that deal with the unpleasant parts of human life
  • -.- a popular type of chocolates sold in the UK in a black box
  • -.- the title of one of the officials who takes part in the ceremony for opening the British Parliament each year. He wears special old-fashioned clothes, and his job is to go to the House of Commons and tell its members to come to the House of Lords so that they can hear the Queen's speech.
  • n.- Wednesday September 16, 1992, when the British pound was separated from the EXCHANGE RATE MECHANISM, and its value fell by a large amount
  • n.- the first British stamp for sticking on envelopes. It was introduced in 1840, and its value was one penny, which was the cost of sending a letter by post in Britain. The stamp shows the head of Queen victoria on a dark background, and stamp collectors consider it to be very important, although it is not the rarest British stamp.
  • v.- if a trade union blacks goods or a company, it refuses to work with them
  • adj.- having the darkest colour, like coal or night
  • n.- the dark colour of coal or night
  • -.- (1943–) a British entertainer from Liverpool. She was a successful pop singer in the 1960s, and was the presenter of a popular television show called Blind Date from 1985 until 2003.
  • n.- the variety of English spoken by some African-American people in the US
  • n.- jokes or funny stories that deal with the unpleasant parts of human life
  • -.- a popular type of chocolates sold in the UK in a black box
  • -.- the title of one of the officials who takes part in the ceremony for opening the British Parliament each year. He wears special old-fashioned clothes, and his job is to go to the House of Commons and tell its members to come to the House of Lords so that they can hear the Queen's speech.
  • n.- Wednesday September 16, 1992, when the British pound was separated from the EXCHANGE RATE MECHANISM, and its value fell by a large amount
  • n.- the first British stamp for sticking on envelopes. It was introduced in 1840, and its value was one penny, which was the cost of sending a letter by post in Britain. The stamp shows the head of Queen victoria on a dark background, and stamp collectors consider it to be very important, although it is not the rarest British stamp.

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Blackly is worth 18 points in Words with Friends and 21 points in Words with Friends
There are 7 letters in blackly: A B C K L L Y