- adj. of a dark shade of grey
“The brown isn't 100% gone, but it's mostly left, replaced by a clean look, with some sections (the menu bar and dark-grey on white icons) taking their cue from the Mac menubar (IMHO).”
“It's a dark-grey colorway ** that I'm alternating with a very vibrant blues-through-fuschia-to-red-and-purples variegated one *** that was far too loud by itself but great alternated with dark/plain.”
“He was a grey-haired, serious man of fifty, dressed in a dark-grey suit.”
“A stinking, sticky, dark-grey to black paste, it's everything homeowners, hospitals and industries put down their toilets and drains.”
“She is docile and affectionate, with a dark-grey curly coat.”
“In The Last Bird Home, the small figure of the bird, in a slight halo of warm amber dusk light, descends into a long smudge of dark-grey hedge we know is crowded with concealed birds, all singing.”
“The dark-grey locks that had peeped from under her red hood, now waved a snaky mane.”
“His long surtout of dark-grey superfine cloth descended down to the middle of his leg, and was buttoned up to his chin, to defend him against the morning air.”
“Coloration may also vary between sexes, male adult pillbugs are usually plain dark-grey with less dots, females' color is lighter grey with numerous yellow dots.”
“The Gorilla, lastly, has arms which reach to the middle of the leg, large thumbs and great toes, feet longer than the hands, a black face, and dark-grey or dun hair.”
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