Definitions

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  • adjective of black tinged with grey

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Examples

  • Johnny asked, fingers skimming over the gray-black smoothness.

    Arcane Circle

  • Some combinations show more color contrast in the gray-black range than others.

    Phelps on Culture and Dynamism, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • A gray-black, alternately smooth and craggy rock the size of a baked potato and mounted on a simple blue rod, it has an improbable and important story to tell.

    First Contact

  • A gray-black, alternately smooth and craggy rock the size of a baked potato and mounted on a simple blue rod, it has an improbable and important story to tell.

    First Contact

  • Johnny asked, fingers skimming over the gray-black smoothness.

    Arcane Circle

  • Johnny asked, fingers skimming over the gray-black smoothness.

    Arcane Circle

  • What would you say to a soft, brown face, aureoled in a thousand ripples of gray-black hair, which knells suddenly: “Do you trust white people?”

    DARKWATER

  • As they headed toward divorce, Gayle and Craig Myers had only one bone of contention: Who would have the right to keep Lucky, their 16-pound gray-black Lhasa apso.

    Judge orders split custody of dog

  • As they headed toward divorce, Gayle and Craig Myers had only one bone of contention: Who would have the right to keep Lucky, their 16-pound gray-black Lhasa apso.

    Split custody of dog in Calvert divorce

  • For years, scientists have assumed that huitlacoche (WEET-LA-KO-CHEE) – a gnarly, gray-black corn fungus long-savored in Mexico – had nutritional values similar to those of the corn on which it grew.

    Corn Smut Delicacy Huitlacoche Is Good For You

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