from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. very dark gray.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of a very dark grey
- n. a very dark grey color
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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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