She held him with her soft arms and twiddled the gun-metal buttons of his blouse.
This was the first thing he ever gave her—his boy's offering—the gun-metal wrist-watch.
Having climbed up by thirteen gun-metal steps, wedged into the solid granite, we reached the entrance port.
Hinges of brass or gun-metal are used in special circumstances.
And all the guns I ever saw had that bluish look, as gun-metal has.
The portion B is a gun-metal casting bored to run accurately upon the steel shaft.
Williamson took out the gun-metal box and struck a small pine match.
With this view, all the joints were fitted with sockets made of brass or gun-metal, capable of adjustment.
There's only one removable glass to a helmet and that's in front—an inch thick and screws tight in a gun-metal socket.
They may be turned of box, beech, or ash; but gun-metal drifts are best, though by no means indispensable.
commonly an alloy of copper and zinc; used attributively of a dull blue-gray color since 1905.