Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Colored like lead.
  • noun A color resembling that of lead. Also leaden-gray.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Wooden carvings shone white in the lead-gray twilight, ramrod-straight window frames spoke of expensive replacements made with the best timber.

    Red Wolf

  • Wooden carvings shone white in the lead-gray twilight, ramrod-straight window frames spoke of expensive replacements made with the best timber.

    Red Wolf

  • But soon the sky darkened with lead-gray clouds and it began to rain, a dull, drumming drizzle that penetrated the heaviest cloak.

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • A jet of foaming lead-gray viscous liquid struck his mouth and nose and both of his eyes.

    Rain Gods

  • It was a sultry, stifling day, and a thick carpet of lead-gray cloud was trapping the heat.

    THE TIME QUAKE

  • The old Domino Sugar plant has an icy spot on the Williamsburg waterfront, staring across lead-gray waters to the Manhattan shoreline.

    Building Stories: New Domino's Pip Squeaks

  • It was a sultry, stifling day, and a thick carpet of lead-gray cloud was trapping the heat.

    THE TIME QUAKE

  • It was a sultry, stifling day, and a thick carpet of lead-gray cloud was trapping the heat.

    THE TIME QUAKE

  • A jet of foaming lead-gray viscous liquid struck his mouth and nose and both of his eyes.

    Rain Gods

  • It was a sultry, stifling day, and a thick carpet of lead-gray cloud was trapping the heat.

    THE TIME QUAKE

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