gray-white gray-white


  • (adj) of white tinged with grey


  1. But your e-mail is calling, so you pop the Web-browser disk into the squat, gray-white deck.
  2. Ye Qitian's breath comes in ragged gasps, her gray-white hair is bedraggled, and she can only open her right eye halfway as she speaks to visitors.
  3. Late yesterday afternoon, a car bomb exploded a few blocks from the hotel, killing two, shooting a gray-white pillar of smoke into the sky, which turned black before vanishing.


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