Definitions

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  • adjective of brown tinged with grey

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Two days later, the rig's sinking set off a gray-brown geyser of crude oil, which eventually spewed 4.9 million barrels (205.8 million gallons), about 19 times more than the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989.

    Six months after the spill, BP's money is changing the gulf as much as its oil

  • Two days later, the rig's sinking set off a gray-brown geyser of crude oil, which eventually spewed 4.9 million barrels (205.8 million gallons), about 19 times more than the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989.

    Adrift in oil, then money

  • Thick claylike sludge oozed gray-brown from the wound.

    Crossed

  • I pick at the lump of gray-brown casserole on my tray.

    Camo Girl

  • I pick at the lump of gray-brown casserole on my tray.

    Camo Girl

  • Well, how does an ordinary house sparrow, then, manage to attract a female with his simple gray-brown plumage?

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Thick claylike sludge oozed gray-brown from the wound.

    Crossed

  • Well, how does an ordinary house sparrow, then, manage to attract a female with his simple gray-brown plumage?

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • I pick at the lump of gray-brown casserole on my tray.

    Camo Girl

  • Well, how does an ordinary house sparrow, then, manage to attract a female with his simple gray-brown plumage?

    Modern Science in the Bible

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