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Definition of "greyish-white" [greyish-white]

  • Of white tinged with grey (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "greyish-white" in a sentence
  • "In the autumn, as the meadows were not mown, the grass withered as it stood, falling this way and that, as the wind had blown it; the seeds dropped, and the bennets became a greyish-white, or, where the docks and sorrel were thick, a brownish-red."
  • "His appearance is distinguished, his profile finely cut, his eyes piercing, his hair and beard curly and greyish-white."
  • "At last, after a great space, they became greyish-white, and stayed thus for a very long time."