gray-green gray-green


  • (adj) of green tinged with grey


  1. He seemed a bit disheveled, wearing a light gray-green suit and a garish yellow tie, a costume more fitting for a used-car salesman than a former President.
  2. The gray-green white of ice on the sea.
  3. Each day for the past month, 25 million gallons of raw sewage have cascaded from a ruptured pipe, spilling a gray-green torrent into the Cuyahoga and thence into Lake Erie.



    The 13-foot-tall sculpture called Diana features the goddess poised to shoot an arrow. Once brightly gilded, it has since faded to gray-green. Artist Augustus Saint-Gaudens created the work in the 1890s.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Greenwich Time

  2. Proposals Sought for New Restaurant Coming to Pier 26 on the Hudson

    It will look something like this. A large new restaurant with killer views of Hudson River Park and the choppy gray-green river itself is coming to Tribeca, it turns out. Hudson River Park Trust has issued an RFP for the under-construction building at Pier 26, which is being used these days for the most part to host special events but is the future home of an elegant pavilion building next to ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

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