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Grey-black   /greɪ-blæk/   Listen
Grey-black

adjective
1.
Of black tinged with grey.  Synonyms: gray-black, grayish-black, greyish-black.






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"Grey-black" Quotes from Famous Books



... saw a green lawn, sprinkled over now with the white ghosts of dandelions, and dotted with ornamental trees. The trees grew so thickly that they almost hid the house to which the garden pertained. It was a large one of grey-black stone, with stacks of huge chimneys. Jims had no idea who lived there. He had asked Aunt Augusta and Aunt Augusta had frowned and told him it did not matter who lived there and that he must never, on any account, mention the next house or its occupant to Uncle Walter. Jims would never ...
— Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922 • Lucy Maud Montgomery



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