adjective, noun, verb (used with or without object) grey·er, grey·est,
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OTHER WORDS FROM greygreyly, adverbgreyness, nounun·greyed, adjective
Definition for grey (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for grey
Book three will have to contend with postmodern times—the end of history, and the birth of a greyer, flatter world.
The trunks of the cherry trees were thicker and the bark darker and greyer than the apple tree trunks.
The old touch of confident assertiveness seemed to have gone, moreover he looked older and greyer.A Secret of the Lebombo|Bertram Mitford
Greyer and more stern than ever it seemed through the delicate framework of soft green foliage and blossoms.The Master Mummer|E. Phillips Oppenheim
One was that the dead woman's pillow was lightly sprinkled with sand, somewhat like silver sand, but greyer and less gritty.John Thorndyke's Cases|R. Austin Freeman
When I woke in the grey dawn, his face was greyer than that, and more cold.The Divine Adventure etc. (Works vol. 4)|Fiona Macleod
Her hair was greyer, too, and there were dark rings under her eyes.The Adventures of Harry Revel|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
British Dictionary definitions for grey (1 of 2)
now esp US gray
Derived forms of greygreyish or mainly US grayish, adjectivegreyly or mainly US grayly, adverbgreyness or mainly US grayness, noun
Word Origin for grey
British Dictionary definitions for grey (2 of 2)
Idioms and Phrases with grey