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  • adj. superlative form of grey: most grey.

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Examples

  • Or to put it another way: an unreliable narrator with the fattest, greyest arse you ever saw.

    When it comes to phone hacking, the press is the elephant in the room

  • I said, the middle-aged driver had the greyest black face,

    A WOMAN IS TALKING TO DEATH

  • They are easy to wear, brighten up the dullest of days clearly - they're silver, silver makes the greyest of days bright and sunny.

    Sole Monday (and the winners are....coming later)

  • Well, it's the greyest black I've ever seen ... inhale, exhale cookies repeat previous - next

    cacatherine Diary Entry

  • Kathy and her friends are supposed to be us, a mirror of human existence, but even in my dullest and greyest, I doubt I'd be able to see myself in these sheepish, passionless individuals.

    Recent Reading Roundup 3

  • And the greyest, most depressing noon you can imagine, ARRGH rain on my parade why dont you and in fact it is drizzlingvery lightheaded on my way back.

    DONE! (the unplugged version)

  • Ironically, the greyest of the grey, John Major, survived as a worthy but dull Prime Minister only for us to find out later that he had been entertaining the irrepressible Edwina Curry behind closed doors for more years than we care to think about.

    Keep it up, Boris

  • Agnon is a realist, but there is always a mystical admixture which lends to even the greyest and most ordinary scenes a golden atmosphere of strange fairy-tale poetry, often reminiscent of Chagall's motifs from the world of the Old Testament.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1966 - Presentation Speech

  • What they did not know was that, in spirit, he was looking his last on the land he loved and seeing down a vista of long years greyer than the veld on the greyest day of winter.

    Blue Aloes Stories of South Africa

  • It is made in a large variety of degrees, from the hardest and greyest to the softest and blackest, and is too well known to need much description.

    The Practice and Science of Drawing

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