Definitions

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  • adjective of white tinged with grey

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Examples

  • Beyond the farm-equipment boneyard sat a quasi-neighborhood of double-wide trailers, all slate green and dank gray-white, sidled up to their driveways close to the road.

    So Much Pretty

  • I even adopted his walrus mustache early in my writing life and still display this once brown, now gray-white, [now white and unruly] old European whisker banner, proudly for over 40 years – razor free.

    January « 2010 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • "The stone is almost like wheat," she says, of its ability to take on different forms, while retaining its pure gray-white color.

    Summering in Style in Scandinavia

  • The independent companies wore gray-white uniforms with blue cuffs and lining, brass buttons, blue breeches and stockings, and hats laced with false gold.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The independent companies wore gray-white uniforms with blue cuffs and lining, brass buttons, blue breeches and stockings, and hats laced with false gold.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The independent companies wore gray-white uniforms with blue cuffs and lining, brass buttons, blue breeches and stockings, and hats laced with false gold.

    George Washington’s First War

  • And, below it, separated from the main colour-mass by a line of gray-white fog, or line of sea, was another and smaller streak of ruddy-coloured wine.

    CHAPTER XXVIII

  • I even adopted his walrus mustache early in my writing life and still display this once brown, now gray-white, [now white and unruly] old European whisker banner, proudly for over 40 years – razor free.

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  • The independent companies wore gray-white uniforms with blue cuffs and lining, brass buttons, blue breeches and stockings, and hats laced with false gold.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Beyond the farm-equipment boneyard sat a quasi-neighborhood of double-wide trailers, all slate green and dank gray-white, sidled up to their driveways close to the road.

    So Much Pretty

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