We are passing the old "cob" walls and grey-headed barns of a substantial farmstead.
He was a grey-headed, fine-looking, most respectable black man.
He thought that what was not blamed in a grey-headed monarch, might be well excused in a young man of private station.
I and my chimney, two grey-headed old smokers, reside in the country.
After wandering among brakes and rough, rocky places, we at last espied a grey-headed old man sitting on the brink of a lake.
"I can well believe it, Sir, I can well believe it," said the grey-headed Father.
A grey-headed foreigner and a beautiful young woman—a foreigner also.
The door opens, and the grey-headed Father appears with the newspapers.
I am old and grey-headed; and, behold, my sons are with you, and I have walked before you from my childhood unto this day.
He was ridiculously relieved to see that the man who stood by their side was grey-headed.