Definitions

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  • adj. of grey tinged with green

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Examples

  • Then Jim Hazard had a new verse, and one of the girls, and the Iron Man with the basilisk eyes of greenish-gray, whom Saxon recognized from Hall's description.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • Next was the frame of Erfan Ullah Babar in pastels, who tried to capture the ambiance of solitude within a room, the sole chair with a pair of pants thrown at the back, in a mild dark environment, was very suggestive on the textured pastel sheet in greenish-gray shade, reminding the technique of Edward Degas.

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  • Other caviars are available at varying prices: Ossetra, with its medium-sized greenish-gray beads;

    Jay Weston: Petrossian Caviar's Restaurant Is Affordable, Excellent

  • Stashed under the ring holder is a baggie full of pot — big, greenish-gray, lumpy buds that he says he thinks are from Hawaii or something.

    There Goes A Light

  • The water was as still as glass, a deep greenish-gray color reflecting the low gray clouds.

    A Stitch Before Dying

  • The flame off the Zippo flickered against the greenish-gray TV.

    Dangling About

  • There were hints of pallid colors, but it was mostly a pale, glimmering, greenish-gray.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Verna leaned over, her finger hovering above the little greenish-gray mound.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Are they all still black, or have some become a greenish-gray color over many launderings?

    Unclutter Your Life in One Week

  • The brick used today is a reddish color, but the old [Qing Dynasty] brick was more of a greenish-gray color that was made of mud brick.

    Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Luo

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