- adj. showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair
“Encouraging the animals, known as gray-headed flying foxes, to leave some of Sydney's prime waterfront real estate is proving difficult.”
“When I am old and gray-headed, O God, do not forsake me," the Psalmist wrote, "until I declare Your strength to this generation.”
“Now, gray-headed flying foxes are a protected species in Australia due to the loss of habitats, and moving them requires government approval.”
“They await Hardman Pool, a gray-headed and bearded haole who is patriarch over Koolau ranchlands, has fourteen adult children, countless grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.”
““They cut school, they hung out... until one day they were gray-headed, no teeth in their mouth, and the young guy that everybody thought was cool was just an old bum on his way to old bumblehood.””
“He ignored him so pointedly that eventually Crassus stamped off in a rage, leaving a dozen or so gray-headed senators gathered around Nepos.”
“He ended by sitting on the end of the bed of a gray-headed man who owns three titles and whose word is law between the borders of a province.”
“Common winter residents are the pink-sided junco, Shufeldt's junco, gray-headed junco, red-backed junco, Rocky Mountain nuthatch, mountain bluebird, robin, and Steller's jay.”
“He watched them, as everything seemed to accelerate in time, noting one was the lanky, gray-headed older guy, a Mr. Swagger Pap said, who had been their quarry so many times before and who Pap said killed Carmody and B.J. The other, a beefier guy, police beef in a suit with a thatch of hair, who was talking into a phone.”
“I think that goddamned old man, that gray-headed fella come in earlier, the father of that gal?”
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