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  • n. Plural form of graystone.


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  • Then I turned west on Pratt, a street of lovely graystones.

    Robert Koehler: 20,000 Days

  • Most of the buildings were brown- or graystones built in the late eighteen to early nineteen hundreds, spectacular two- and three-story structures with wide front steps, stone porches, and triple-width bay windows.


  • There were but a handful of bluecoats lying on the graystones of the mine road.

    Alector's Choice

  • With a certain amount of relief, Dainyl set his boots on the graystones of the courtyard outside Myrmidon headquarters.

    Alector's Choice

  • Mykel glanced downhill at the wounded and dead prisoners sprawled across the graystones of the road.

    Alector's Choice

  • From a chair on the front porch of her modest brick home on South Homan Avenue, 79-year-old Rose Sanders has seen her neighbors come and go, transforming her North Lawndale block from an enclave of stately historic graystones into a stretch of boarded-up buildings in foreclosure. -


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