from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Somewhat gray.
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- adj. somewhat gray
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat gray.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Somewhat gray; tending to gray.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of an achromatic color of any lightness intermediate between the extremes of white and black
But I recall a grayish morning along Arno and a meeting with Messer
Upon entering my MIL's house we noticed a huge bowl on her dining room table with unsavory looking brown water and a slimy kind of grayish white thing floating in it.
Pheffer claimed that during the search he went into Rice's bedroom, and in a closet, he found three attaché suitcases, Samsonite, kind of grayish, kind of bluish, gray color that had wires sticking out of all three of them.
His face changed color to a kind of grayish purple, and his hands clenched slowly at his sides.
The droppings of these millions of birds and animals and the accumulating bodies of the dead have decayed and made a kind of grayish powder.
Why it wuz dat crawly, kind of grayish, lookin 'sugar us used den.
In his youth he greedily fills his soul with everything he can lay his hands on and at the age of thirty all that remains of it is a kind of grayish rubbish.
He hadn't been married a year before all the seven were shady; the colors ran into each other till even Sundays became a kind of grayish drab.
There is also a scarcity of rock, — though, in the neighborhood of Bijou, I observed a kind of grayish sandstone, exposed to view in the beds of ravines; and, directly opposite Chabonard's camp, the action of the waters had formed a steep wall, some thirty or forty feet high, which disclosed a large bed of sandstone and slate, with earthy limestone.
With treatment, these spots often turn slightly darker and "grayish", after which they become "crusty" and simply flake off in
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