gray-brown gray-brown


  • (adj) of brown tinged with grey


  1. They lay as they had fallen, crumpled and now frozen in death, dust-covered mounds in the flat expanse of the gray-brown desert.
  2. As darkness retreats across the Hajar mountains, the barren landscape changes from gray-brown to beige and copper.
  3. A few bodies of Iranian soldiers, now gray-brown like the earth, floated in the marshes.


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