Origin of grizzle1
Words nearby grizzle
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Origin of grizzle2
OTHER WORDS FROM grizzlegrizzler, noun
How to use grizzle in a sentence
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.
But I must concede that at this unexpected movement, both Grizzle and myself were somewhat agitated.
It was fortunate, in so far as regarded Grizzle, that art in this instance had supplanted nature.
He gave a sort of groan, sank into a chair, and seemed to age and grizzle before our very eyes.The Riddle of the Sands|Erskine Childers
Recovering his body, he raised his grizzle-haired face, very red from stooping.The Forsyte Saga, Volume III.|John Galsworthy
The color most admired is blue grizzle with its various shades but brindle and fawn, either light or dark are admirable.Hunting Dogs|Oliver Hartley