Definitions

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  • adj. of green tinged with grey

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Plus they add a novel texture and grayish-green hue to arrangements of evergreens and pine cones.

    Greenery, With Hints of the Forest and Desert

  • The coup de grâce of course was the faded WWII grayish-green jeep parked beside this masterpiece.

    gens du voyage - French Word-A-Day

  • All he could see beyond that was the grayish-green sky, with no clouds.

    Changing a Flat

  • The man standing before her was quite handsome with his grayish-green eyes, the shadow of a beard, and his thick, dark gold hair that reminded her of baked sugar, wet and pushed back.

    One Season of Sunshine

  • Khint­sagov had bragged to his companions for months that what he had in his pocket was just a sample, and that he could get at least two kilograms of the grayish-green powder — not quite enough for a nuclear bomb, but, for a buyer with the right equipment and experience, a good start.

    A Smuggler’s Story

  • Are those grayish-green things the “gemstones” that are its eyes?

    Regretsy – Holy Moley

  • The walls, formerly a drab public-building grayish-green, had been painted a deep black.

    Baby Games

  • The man had a lusty glint in his grayish-green eye.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • A grayish-green object floated upon the surface of the thick brown broth.

    The Monstrumologist

  • It was grayish-green, and painted on its side were the red-and-white square of the Polish Air Force and the silly orbiting-electrons sigil of the ACC.

    Archive 2009-10-01

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