To the west is a dam, holding back a broad, shallow sheet of grey water, with dead trees standing in it.
Frontward was the small lake's grey water, rearward an avenue of limes.
"Things never come tae an ending, lassie," he said, his little red-brown eyes looking out over the grey water.
How safe, indeed, how safe and kind and cool in its girdle of grey water!
He rested there, leaning over the parapet, looking down at the grey water.
On an aged soap-box behind the house, several inches of grey water in a battered tin-pan indicated a previous effort.
Donnington turned quickly, and stared down into the grey water.
He turned at the sound of footsteps on the road and saw one of Halkett's men walking through that semblance of grey water.
The river stretched to broad lengths; gulls were on the grey water, knots of seaweed, and the sea-foam curled in advance of us.
There is a little mutter of gun-fire somewhere across the grey water where a fleet is at work.