adjective, ash·i·er, ash·i·est.
Examples from the Web for ashy
Fred Allerton was suddenly grown old and bent; his poor face was sunken, and the skin had an ashy look like that of a dying man.The Explorer|W. Somerset Maugham
His face was worn and ashy, but his eyes burned with a piteous fire.The Scapegoat|Hall Caine
His relaxed features had the hue of death, and his parched lips, from a livid blue, became of an ashy whiteness.Tales from Blackwood, Volume 7|Various
And to Pierre, once again the empty hand lifted itself, and once again the ashy hand fell.Pierre; or The Ambiguities|Herman Melville
While he spoke the color had been fading steadily from her face, and when he stopped the girl was ashy pale.The Galaxy|Various