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Definition of "gray-white" [gray-white]

  • Of white tinged with grey (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "gray-white" in a sentence
  • "I even adopted his walrus mustache early in my writing life and still display this once brown, now gray-white, [now white and unruly] old European whisker banner, proudly for over 40 years – razor free."
  • "And, below it, separated from the main colour-mass by a line of gray-white fog, or line of sea, was another and smaller streak of ruddy-coloured wine."
  • "The independent companies wore gray-white uniforms with blue cuffs and lining, brass buttons, blue breeches and stockings, and hats laced with false gold."