- adj. of a dark shade of grey
“For those who want to sunbathe on the dark-gray volcanic "sand" the lake was formed by volcanic activity between 400,000 and 150,000 years ago, take a dip in the fairly clean water or merely get a closer look at the swans, there are beach umbrellas and chairs for rent all around the lake.”
“Each wore a snug, dark-gray uniform, the Romulan Security sigil emblazoned on the right breast, their name listed beneath it in matching silver characters.”
“A pair of sentries immediately accosted him, one of them—a man whose name read Neritel on his dark-gray uniform—demanding that he state his business.”
“The pearls, in particular, are so named because their dark-gray coloring shows off an even spray of white specks.”
“The swirling dark-gray column of air and cloud cut a 3-mile 5-kilometer path across the Auckland suburb of Albany at mid afternoon, tearing off roofing iron, flattening trees and tossing vehicles around, police and witnesses said.”
“Hunched over a microphone, in a dark-gray suit, Mr. Goel testified that he violated his duties to Intel by giving Mr. Rajaratnam earnings information about Intel for the first quarter of 2007, and had filled him in about an investment the company was making in a wireless venture in 2008.”
“It sells for $379, down from $489, and comes clad in dark-gray plastic that should hide dirt better than the old DX's off-white exterior.”
“But the northeast orientation of Mr. Cetra's boxes leaves an empty, dark-gray curtain wall facing west.”
“They are dark-gray in color with a distinctive white hind neck.”
“A 41-year-old man who was looking for a job and sported a blue sticker on his dark-gray suit shouted one word for its worth: "Gold!”
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