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Syllabification: eb·on
Pronunciation: /ˈebən

Definition of ebon in English:


Dark brown or black; ebony: [as modifier]: the dark shadows of the mountains gave the river an ebon hue
More example sentences
  • Dark curls of ebon feathered around his face in need of another trim soon.
  • The other male had dark, ebon skin, and long scarlet hair that waved gently in the fiery breeze.
  • She was in a dark room, so black that she could feel its ebon weight upon her shoulders.

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