GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. very dark gray.
- n. a very dark grey color
- adj. of a very dark grey
“He'll have to trade the sharp, charcoal-gray suit he wore to court Thursday for a baggy brown uniform.”
“Has took the envelope and slid it into the inside pocket of the charcoal-gray down jacket he wore over a thick sweater of the same color.”
“He wore his charcoal-gray overalls, the ones he donned for serious work like pulling in the dock or hauling brush.”
“A window along the north wall and an entire wall of sliding glass doors on the south, overlooking the courtyard, bounce light off the white walls; charcoal-gray concrete floors provide contrast.”
“Dressed in a charcoal-gray suit with a matching blue tie and pocket handkerchief, Mr. Mugabe introduced his former rivals who were sharing a panel to discuss Zimbabwe's future.”
“The charcoal-gray sky was flatlining a thin horizontal line of pale pink; the breeze had a bite to it.”
“She was a good-looking blonde, maybe in her thirties, wearing white pearl-drop earrings, a smart charcoal-gray pantsuit, and suede peep-toe heels.”
“He wore charcoal-gray slacks, a blue-and-white Hawaiian shirt, and black leather loafers.”
“Suit maker Ermenegildo Zegna celebrated its centennial this summer by reissuing a charcoal-gray wool fabric the house made in 1910.”
“The charcoal-gray SUV completed its turn, picked up speed.”
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