- adj. of white tinged with grey
“Now, that James Buchanan, he looks wonderfully presidential with his noble head of grey-white hair.”
“A pall of grey-white smoke rose over the plant, operated by Tokyo Electric Power, and it was reported that four workers had been injured.”
“It was well lit by enormous picture windows, a smoggy grey-white day illumining an abundance of infra-office ferns and broad-leafed bushes, a reception desk, and a wide polished red granite tile floor, leading up to a bay of automatic glass doors I figured was the exit and entrance.”
“Next, a stout, grey-white stone; it's the colour (and shape) of old-fashioned underwear.”
“The sky is a deep grey-white, with the faintest hint of that shade of purple that I still know of as "periwinkle," because that's what it was called in my box of 100 Crayolas, when I was a kid.”
“Now, as I watched this grey-white blob of mucous advance across my herb pot, I suddenly had to find out if that was really true.”
“On that Tuesday, on the grey-white underpainting, I lightly drew in pencil the head of a still-young woman, with a face already strongly defined by character, a face of good bone structure, of intelligence, of purpose.”
“The grey-white streets -- such as the famed "Rue Norvins" (1909) -- have a rainy melancholy even when there is no rain.”
“Denny licked his lips and tried to remember what alcohol tasted like as an icy gust of wind caught the steam of his breath: rising and dissipating, and then fading into the grey-white sky.”
“Morbidly obese, with flecks of black in her matted grey-white hair, and dressed in unwashed sweats; a filth like that of a cockroach nest.”
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