Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of green tinged with grey

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The slippers are gray-green cable-knit and the marabou is a frilly hot pink.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • Gruesome creatures with bat wings and gray-green skin charged them from the air, from the ground.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Preserved inside small tin boxes, the tablets are gray-green solid disks about an inch across and one-third of an inch thick.

    Ship wreck reveals ancient secrets of medicine

  • Is there some reason why Merkin, who calls Munro "one of our greatest contemporary writers of fiction," also had to tell us that she has "relatively unlined skin," that one finds an "undercurrent of quiet amusement emanating from her gray-green eyes"?

    The Biographical Fallacy

  • Three Hezbollah commandos in gray-green fatigues crouched in it now, cradling Kalashnikovs in the caves of their shoulders and steadying the barrels on their knees.

    Day of Honey

  • Stare at the Atlantic, gray-green like his eyes, he'd been told more than once.

    Wintering at Montauk

  • He sat at his post, the gray-green Atlantic spread out before him.

    Wintering at Montauk

  • The handles are gray-green Micarta and the sheaths are made of Boltaron, which looks like Kydex to me, and come with a five-position TekLok belt fastener.

    Spyderco Hossom Dayhiker FB19P

  • Modern -- but not space-age -- styling, and a receiver that is anodized to a distinctive gray-green color.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • She had a pretty face, he thought, with gray-green eyes and a smattering of freckles across her cheeks and nose.

    A Light at Winter’s End

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