verb (used with or without object), griz·zled, griz·zling.
Words nearby grizzle
Origin of grizzle1
Definition for grizzle (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), griz·zled, griz·zling. British.
Origin of grizzle2
OTHER WORDS FROM grizzlegriz·zler, noun
Examples from the Web for grizzle
Grizzle transported Ashley Moser and her husband to the hospital first, he recalled.
“There were several bodies laying motionless,” Grizzle said during testimony today.
After he dropped off the Mosers, Grizzle said he picked up two more people “covered in blood and screaming.”
Grizzle broke down again when he described driving Caleb Medley, an aspiring comedian, to the hospital.
Mr. Grizzle took it from his book, and he ain't apt to make mistakes; but that is between you and him—it is no concern of mine.'
The allusion is of course to that "mirror of womanhood," Patient Grizzle.
He wore an incipient full beard, evidently in process of training, with a considerable amount of grizzle in it.A Stable for Nightmares|J. Sheridan Le Fanu
He wore his own hair in full dark locks, which Time and Sorrow had alike agreed to grizzle.The Strange Adventures of Captain Dangerous, Vol. 1 of 3|George Augustus Sala
Bill Tice had done the errand which Mr. Grizzle intrusted to him.