from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a gray color with a silvery luster.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of a color produced by an intimate combination of black and silvery white; silvery or lustrous gray, as hair, fur, or cloth.
- n. A silver-gray color.
- n. In United States history, one of a body of conservative Whigs who acted together for some time after the general disintegration of the Whig party following its overwhelming defeat in the national election of 1852: said to be so called from the silver-gray hair of their leaders. Also
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a light shade of grey
- adj. of grey resembling silver
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From there we worked up branch by branch, careful of slipping on the shiny-smooth silver-gray bark.
The huge, gleaming, silver-gray vehicle caused confusion among the staff.
Thick silver-gray hair hung from under his emerald-studded crown and brushed his shoulders.
Rhythmic starbursts of green, white and yellow brushstrokes race across the horizontal canvas, punctuated by the silver-gray verticals of evenly spaced tree trunks.
The restaurant's polish and flair are reflected in "Eleven Madison Park: The Cookbook," a sleek white behemoth with a silver-gray typeface and luscious photographs by Francesco Tonelli.
Shadows everywhere, sharp and vicious, nothing but hungry mouths and gaping maws, silver-gray dorsals cutting through the water like living blades—coming for me.
Semi-bright, silver-gray surfaces take on a slightly darker gray appearance in the recessed areas.
I dreamed that I drove to the A.A. meeting in my real car, a silver-gray Infiniti FX35.
Living in New York City, with its endless jungle of silver-gray skyscrapers, even a patch of blue sky from the office window is enough to make our day.
Living in New York City, with its endless jungle of silver-gray skyscrapers, even a patch of blue sky from the office window is enough to ...