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Use "greyish" in a sentence
"Now, for Chapalaberta meat aficionados from the Frozen Tundra who think a good steak should bark at them when placed on the grill, I must point out that Bubba stated the beef should be "greyish" not "green" which is not good."
"When cooking purple vegetables like say, red cabbage, it is traditional to add an acidic ingredient like vinegar (sweet and sour cabbage, anyone?) in order to keep the cabbage reddish purple, rather than have it turn a kind of greyish blue, which is not an appetizing color."
"The lights grew larger; presently a black mass, surmounted by a kind of greyish cloud, loomed through the pitch of the night; and next it was evident that the beacon was hanging over the side of a ship, illuminating its jagged leaping water line."