adjective, slat·i·er, slat·i·est.
Origin of slaty
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Historical Examples of slaty
By the way, Slaty, what do you make your nest of and where do you put it?The Burgess Bird Book for Children
Thornton W. Burgess
Josh Perrott made an offer at slashing the slaty face, checked his arm, and went on.A Child of the Jago
Evans was wild again from the tee, his drive being sliced to the brook where he got a lie on the slaty bottom.News Writing
M. Lyle Spencer
The beds of this formation seldom exceed a foot in thickness, and are often very thin and slaty.
The aerial was there, towering as serenely against the slaty sky as though there was no such thing as a snowstorm.The Radio Boys at Mountain Pass