Definition Of gray

verb

(especially of hair) become gray with age.

he had put on weight and grayed somewhat

(of financial or trading activity) not accounted for in official statistics.

the gray economy

a gray thing or animal, in particular a gray or white horse.

Eager equestrians were paraded round the ring by charming chestnuts and graceful greys in the popular horse classes.

dull and nondescript; without interest or character.

gray, faceless men

gray color or pigment.

dirty intermediate tones of gray


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Example Of gray

  • A woman entered dressed in dark gray , the dress was similar to mine, but the shoulders were covered.

  • Certainly as far as a candidate and a politician, he is gray .

  • Color is emotion, the opposite of the gray world of accounting.

  • Diago wore gray beneath his white robes as well, though he hid it better.

  • Ethan's train of thought was cut short by a man dressed in monochromatic gray .


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