As his grizzled snout suggests, Orlando is 11 years old, which translates to 77 in dog years.
An unlikely partnership between a grizzled detective and a highly evolved android proves particularly fruitful.
The Socialists' best hope for 2012 was suddenly a grizzled shadow of himself, perp-walked into infamy.
And Ford delivers another impressive performance as the hard-ass, take-no-prisoners colonel; like a hardened, grizzled Han Solo.
Next day, DSK was perp-walking his way, haggard and grizzled, into infamy.
"I mean two legs in a pair of trousers," explained the junior partner, rumpling his grizzled hair with an impatient gesture.
grizzled, ageless, watery-eyed, their clothing clean but baggy.
His hair was grizzled, and hung long and straight on his collar.
The grizzled Druse scratched his head, and looked at him keenly.
It was not age, however, that had grizzled Arthur Dalziel's hair.
"gray-colored," early 15c., from Old French grisel (see grizzled) which also meant "gray-haired old man" (a noun sense recorded in Middle English from mid-14c.). The verb, "to make gray," is attested from 1740.
party-coloured, as goats (Gen. 31:10, 12), horses (Zech. 6:3, 6).