- adj. of dark grey
“I sat toward the front, in an aisle seat, next to Jamie Dee—pale, skinny-limbed, freckled, her black hair pulled back into a tight pony-tail, dressed in black denim and a faded blackish-gray AC/DC t-shirt.”
“The obverse (front) has lilac-gray toning and the reverse (back) has much blackish-gray color along with considerable brownish-russet and some lilac tones.”
“It consisted of a vast stratification of blackish-gray slate, unvaried in its whole height by a single change of shade.”
“How may I help you? he asked, his wavy blackish-gray hair shining under the bright halogen lights.”
“Mr. Schryhart kicked out his well-rounded legs, adjusted his soft-roll collar, and smoothed his short, crisp, wiry, now blackish-gray mustache.”
“Within minutes they had exposed a solid-looking corner of a blackish-gray object.”
“In the above mentioned exceptional cases there is formed a small quantity of peroxide which adheres to the anode as a blackish-gray deposit.”
“The Japanese cook pottered softly about in the square stone basement of the blockhouse, while, up above, his master sat at a table with his eyes fixed on a small mountain of blackish-gray rock.”
“A quarter of an hour later he was chipping the edges of a ridge of blackish-gray rock from which he had stripped great rolls of damp, green moss.”
“When, therefore, a lamb was born with a black face and blackish-gray legs, it was cherished as a curiosity; and when, in time, it developed a splendid pair of horns, it became the handsomest ram in all the valley, and a source of great pride to its owner.”
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