Did you possibly mean grating?
- v. present participle of gray.
“Mulligan has, predictably, always hated it, and the Director, too, a tall, thin graying Blanco named Dane Coleman.”
“His hard face, framed in short, graying hair, softened.”
“She shut her harsh lips together tightly at what she saw; Jase certainly was puffy under his watery, pink-rimmed eyes, and the withered cheeks above his thin graying beard really did have a pasty, gray look.”
“It's one of the issues that the President has focused on, the graying of America -- the so-called graying of America.”
“A lot of nice words, but hardly a bold action guaranteeing all those new R&D types to take over from the "graying" workforce; sounds like more of the same that we've been getting from both sides of the aisle.”
“I predict you/we will be surprised how old a lot of us are, after all it is a "graying" demographic.”
“The problem of "graying" has been with us for a long time now.”
“The Silicon Valley Mercury News reports on what they call the "graying" of Stanford:”
“In the report scientists called the spread of dementia "an epidemic that is increasing its pace with the 'graying' of the population around the world.”
“Most people try to tame it by neutralizing it with complimentary mixing...or just "graying" it out.”
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