Definitions

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  • adjective of grey tinged with brown

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Examples

  • Alice pushes back her sunglasses, using them as a band to hold her brown-gray hair.

    Zurich

  • Rocks lay everywhere, and each hill revealed a new landscape of secret inclines and defilades, and it was all brown-gray, coated with dust or grit.

    Dead Zero

  • He is a tall, trim man, with short brown-gray hair, and he dresses in casual clothes like the rest of the crew.

    OVERBOARD !

  • He is a tall, trim man, with short brown-gray hair, and he dresses in casual clothes like the rest of the crew.

    OVERBOARD !

  • The humming black box throbs a toxic brown-gray with the consumption of each incoming wave.

    Veracity

  • So she took the number 1, one of the new bendy buses that were such a mistake, seeing as traffic in the inner city moved slower than seven kilometers an hour and it was always quicker to walk, but she got a seat at the back by the window, streaked with brown-gray rain, as the bus rattled like a medieval donkey cart off toward the newspaper factory.

    Red Wolf

  • Chicks are either entirely brown-gray, or white ventrally.

    Penguins

  • A brown-gray furry toy rabbit called Strawberry on her lap, her favorite present of that year.

    Winter Bloom

  • So she took the number 1, one of the new bendy buses that were such a mistake, seeing as traffic in the inner city moved slower than seven kilometers an hour and it was always quicker to walk, but she got a seat at the back by the window, streaked with brown-gray rain, as the bus rattled like a medieval donkey cart off toward the newspaper factory.

    Red Wolf

  • The golden eyes were tired, harassed, clouded into a brown-gray.

    Venom

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