charcoal-gray charcoal-gray


  • (adj) of a very dark grey



  1. The furnishings are so darkcharcoal-gray carpets, walls and ceilingsthat shoppers focus exclusively on the carefully lighted merchandise.
  2. Often the only alert pilots have is the silent pop of charcoal-gray puffs of smoke from exploding artillery hundreds or thousands of feet below.
  3. A few large impact craters, and hundreds of tiny ones, were scattered at random over its charcoal-gray surface.


  • No wool over these eyes: Knitting CSA members meet the sheep producing their yarn

    Bosco, according to his owner Barbara Clark, is “somewhat of a contrary sheep.” Yet his thick, fluffy coat can be turned into things as soft and sweet as anyone could imagine — like the whimsical charcoal-gray stuffed bunny rabbit Lawrence resident Marianne Wille is pulling from her knitting bag. Joining the Maggie’s Farm CSA doesn’t get you vegetables from a farmer you know — it gets you wool ...
    on July 29, 2013     Source: Lawrence Journal-World

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